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VIOLATION LETTER Q4 2017 - Trihalomethanes
The City of Rhome is sending out letters regarding the violation of maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for total trihalomethanes for the fourth quarter of 2017. It should be noted that the violation is based on a running average of the last four quarters not just one single quarter. The City's MCL for the last two quarters was at or under the 0.080 mg/L level since Walnut Creek, the City's major water supplier, has begun the chlorine dioxide treatment prior to the City receiving water from Walnut Creek. The average for all four quarters of 2017 was used for calculating the overall Q4 2017 violation which was 0.083 mg/L.
Total Trihalomethanes by Quarter 2017
Q1 2017 - 0.0834 mg/L
Q2 2017 - 0.1050 mg/L
Q3 2017 - 0.0800 mg/L
Q4 2017 - 0.0632 mg/L
VIOLATION LETTER Q4 2017 - Radon
The City of Rhome is sending out letters regarding the violation of maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for gross alpha excluding radon and uranium.
The violation occurred during Q3 2017. The MCL compliance value is 15 pics curies per liter (pCi/L). It should be noted that the violation is based on a
running average of the last four quarters not just one single quarter.
The City did not violate in Q4 2017 as the entry point (EP005) was temporarily offline during Q4 2017 until corrections have been made to reduce the levels,
and Q4 2017 was not used in the violation calculations.
The average for the four quarters used was 16.0 pCi/L.
Breakdown by Quarter
Q4 2016 - 17.9 pCi/L
Q1 2017 - 14.8 pCi/L
Q2 2017 - 16.0 pCi/L
Q3 2017 - 14.8 pCi/L
Q4 2017 - EP005 offline - quarter not used in running average calculation
WATER QUALITY UPDATE
Walnut Creek Special Utility District received final approval from TCEQ to install a chlorine dioxide generator at their water treatment facility which supplies the City of Rhome with surface water. The generator was installed on August 1, 2017, and preliminary testing showed a 78% reduction in trihalomethanes (TTHMs) and haloacetic acids (HAA5s). The District believes that their averages for these byproducts should be below the maximum levels within two quarters. The City of Rhome water quality should see the same results since the majority of the water used by the City is from Walnut Creek Special Utility District.
Rhome Ranked #8 on the list of "The 250 Best Places to Buy a Home in Texas" (May 2017)
City of Rhome Civic Pavilion
Looking for a place to host your next event?
From birthday parties and family reunions to outside events or meetings,
the City of Rhome Civic Pavilion offers both an enjoyable atmosphere and spacious accommodations including a raised stage area for performances or speakers. Established in 2016, the City of Rhome Civic Pavilion is located
inside Family Park and is within walking distance of Veteran's Park.
For more information or availability, contact Rhome City Hall at 817-636-2462.
To report a code compliance issue, please click here.
Utility Bill Assistance
If you or someone you know needs assistance with utility bills,
please contact W.A.R.M. at 940-626-4676 or stop by their
location at 300 N. Trinity, Decatur, TX 76234
Atmos Energy has two programs that can provide some assistance to their customers: Share the Warm Program & Keeping the Warmth Program.
For more information, call 817-598-5700.
Before burning anything, remember to obtain a Burn Permit from
City Hall and call the Wise County Sheriff's Department
at 940-627-5971 first!
Seniors Luncheon, Rhome Senior Center
201 School Road
Games at 9:00 am, Lunch at 12:00
If possible, please bring a dish to pass and/or make a donation.