Town plans increase in water rates

Town plans increase in water rates

There are 2 comments on the The Call story from Oct 3, 2007, titled Town plans increase in water rates. In it, The Call reports that:

“We need to know where the water is going and how to capture it”

Water consumers in town are getting hit with a temporary water rate increase necessitated by approximately 12 million gallons of unaccounted-for water that was somehow lost in the water distribution system over ... via The Call

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gee-nee

Cumberland, RI

#1 Oct 9, 2007
How do you lose 12 million gallons of unaccounted for water???

Do you think someone is going to find it??
gee-nee

Cumberland, RI

#2 Oct 9, 2007
Check some very very deep pockets.

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