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ROCKDALE'S FUTURE?



ROCKDALE’S FUTURE?—City Manager Kelvin Knauf displayed day and night versions of what Rockdale’s new water tower might look like during Monday’s city council meeting. The drawings were prepared by Freese & Nichols Inc. of Austin, an engineering-architectural-environmental scientist group which scored the highest of three finalist firms selected by the city in connection with the planned new elevated storage facility. The council instructed Knauf to negotiate first with Freese & Nichols, then proceed to the other firms, in order, if a satisfactory agreement can’t be reached. 
Reporter/Mike Brown ROCKDALE’S FUTURE?—City Manager Kelvin Knauf displayed day and night versions of what Rockdale’s new water tower might look like during Monday’s city council meeting. The drawings were prepared by Freese & Nichols Inc. of Austin, an engineering-architectural-environmental scientist group which scored the highest of three finalist firms selected by the city in connection with the planned new elevated storage facility. The council instructed Knauf to negotiate first with Freese & Nichols, then proceed to the other firms, in order, if a satisfactory agreement can’t be reached. Reporter/Mike Brown

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