EAST LIVERPOOL - The Board of Public Utilities took under advisement three different proposals during its meeting last week.
The board heard from water Superintendent Tim Clark about the Geographic Information System (GIS) which would provide for the city's water system to be mapped.
A presentation was also made by the Neptune Equipment Company regarding a study it has completed in regard to a meter change-out.
Utilities Director Bob Disch also reported on a company that is proposing an energy program for the wastewater department that could result in a company paying the sewage department $15,000 every two years.
The payment would be made in exchange for the sewage plant going off the power grid during periods of high electric usage.
No action was taken until the board can consider the information provided on each of the proposals.
Disch also reported the bid opening for chemicals, meters and supplies will be held March 7, with contracts expected to be awarded by the board at its March 21 meeting.