By Tim Kowols
Milwaukee-based Stonehouse Water Technologies is disappointed in the Town of Lincoln Board’s latest comments on its whole-house water system pilot project. Last week, the board said in a statement that they had not spoken to the company since it tried to arrange a meeting between the two sides in October. The board charges Stonehouse Water Technologies with not following through on certain promises such as giving reports to some of the pilot project’s members. In a statement from Stonehouse Water Technologies CEO Hensley Foster, he says the pilot project was successfully completed last November and has “provided them with ongoing support, as well as test reports during the pilot project. These reports proved our systems worked.” Town of Lincoln Board Supervisor Nick Cochart says that is more of the same.
The whole house water system pilot program was supposed to address the groundwater concerns in the town. Cochart reiterated that at least four of the five pilot members had not received initial reports from Stonehouse Water Technologies.