RD33 - Assessment of Feasibility and Costs for Water System Modifications at Mason Neck State Park – October 26, 2020
The public water supply at Mason Neck State Park has ongoing issues with water quality related to the natural levels of iron and manganese in the groundwater. While generally not a health risk, the iron and manganese result in taste and staining. In accordance with the direction from the General Assembly, two options were evaluated: connection of the Park to the public water supply and upgrades to the Park’s existing public water system to improve treatment. A summary of estimated budgetary capital costs is found in Table 1 on numbered page 1.