I would like to pass along that James “Monk” Mullinax competed and finished third in the South Carolina State Backhoe Rodeo competition that took place July 8 in Myrtle Beach. This competition was held by the South Carolina Chapter of the American Public Works Association. The competition is held for backhoe operators from APWA member agencies and public entities. The competitions were held regionally around the state and Monk won the Lancaster, York and Chester Region competition. This qualified him to compete in the State Championship. There were seven regional winners and the reigning State Champion representing this year’s competition.
The competition allows operators to showcase their skills by using the “digging bucket” to pick up materials and place them in small or difficult locations all the while being timed. The combined times of each operator determine the winner.
We in the Public Works / Utilities Department are very proud of Monk on his accomplishment in this venture.
Davy Broom,Public Works Director
Town of Fort Mill
To obtain locates prior to digging, please call 803-547-7764.
To report a water leak or sewer problem, please call 803-547-2034 or 803-547-7764 between the hours of 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. After hours and on weekends, please call 803-909-4346.
Brad Marshall, Utilities Superintendent: 803-396-9727
- Terry Williams, Wastewater Treatment Supervisor: 803-547-2448
The goal of the Town of Fort Mill is to provide its customers with high quality, safe drinking water that exceeds every federal and state standard. The Town purchases its drinking water through a wholesale agreement with the City of Rock Hill. With this connection, the Town has the capacity of distributing up to 8 million gallons of water from Rock Hill. This water was distributed through Fort Mill's waterworks system which is comprised of approximately 85 miles of water transmissions and distribution lines serving approximately 3400 residential, commercial and wholesale customers.
The Wastewater system for the Town of Fort Mill consists of the Wastewater Treatment Facility and approximately 100 miles of collection lines and 22 lift stations. The Wastewater Treatment Facility is a conventional activated sludge treatment facility designed to meet federal and state regulations. The facility was placed in service in 1987 and has a permitted capacity of 3.0 mgd (million gallons per day).