LCA looks to extend contract, compete for Allentown's water-sewer lease
In anticipation that the City of Allentown will be accepting bids from companies to sign a lease for the city's water/sewer systems, the Lehigh County Authority wants the option to keep local public control.
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#1 Feb 21, 2013
If LCWA this consession of the allentown Water Athority there may be a chance┐ Still the question remains what is to become of the ageing side streets that are fed with lead lines from eater mains┐ The infastructure has been neglected for so many years and federal allocations were excepted under grant programs for upkeep, yet the monies went to something other than grants were givin forí
Now the system that was set in place to protect the public from lead caused illnesses has failed locally┐
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