Lorain Lunchtime History Program: Lorain's Water Treatment Plant, Part II

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Name: Lorain Lunchtime History Program: Lorain's Water Treatment Plant, Part II
Date: May 26, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Event Description:

The Lorain Historical Society and the Lorain Public Library System have collaborated on a 2018 series of Lorain Lunchtime History Programs.  Please join us!

The History of the Lorain Water Treatment Plant

Part II - 1904 to 1924 - The Pittsburgh Filter Plant and Upgrades

May 26 at 11 am, Carnegie Center
* Program is also presented on 
May 23 at 12 Noon, Lorain Public Library System, Main Branch

Learn more about the Lorain Water Treatment Plant from our guest speaker, William Gollnitz.  Mr. Gollnitz is a 44+ year veteran of the drinking water industry and former Lorain water purification superintendent, will be providing the discussions.  Mr. Gollnitz has managed water utilities in New York, Rhode Island and Ohio.  As a trained water resource manager and hydrologist, he has also provided consulting services in several other states.  Mr. Gollnitz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Mount Union College, Alliance Ohio; and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science-Water Resources from SUNY-College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, New York.     

Note: A $5 admission charge applies to all programs and exhibits at the Moore House Museum and the Carnegie Center.

Location:
Carnegie Center
329 W. 10th St., Lorain
Date/Time Information:
May 26, 2018 at 11 am
Contact Information:
Barb Piscopo 440-245-2563
Fees/Admission:
$5 per person, payable at the door
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