Butler County Water Celebrates 40 Years
(Morgantown, KY)- Butler County Water System, Inc. is commemorating its 40-year anniversary with a week-long celebration, November 14-18, at the Butler Water office at 104 South Tyler Street, Suite B in Morgantown. Refreshments will be offered, along with a written history of Butler Water history and a free water bottle promotion.
Butler County Water System, Inc. was formed as a non-profit corporation on February 18, 1971, with a desire to provide safe, reliable water service to as many people as possible. After many phases of construction, Butler Water now serves almost all of the residents its service area who have expressed an interest.
Other significant events in Butler Water’s history include the mergers with the Logansport-Dunbar Water District in 1978 and Rochester Water District in 1997, and the construction of the Butler County Water Treatment Plant in 1993.
“We are proud of our role in supplying high-quality water service to homes and businesses throughout the area,” says Alan Vilines, Butler Water’s general manager. “We continue to work with local and state officials to keep pace with the growing residential and commercial needs of Butler County.”
About Butler County Water System, Inc.
Butler Water serves a diverse blend of residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial water users. The system provides an average of 850,000 gallons of water each day to some 4,800 customers through a network of 518 miles of pipeline in a 440-square-mile area. Butler Water draws its water from the Green River which is then treated at its treatment plant in Morgantown. Details about Butler Water can be found online at butlerwater.com.