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Bethesda council hears analysis

October 25, 2013
By Mollie Warner - Staff Writer , Times Leader

BETHESDA- Larry Baxa, a representative from the Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP) attended Thursday night's village council meeting to give a presentation analyzing the upcoming water system upgrade. During the project, 90% of Bethesda's water lines will be replaced, along with hydrants, valves, and meters. The purpose of the report was to "analyze revenues and expenses of Bethesda's water utility to determine if the rates and charges set by the village are sufficient to maintain the water system on a stable, financially sound basis", Baxa wrote.

 
 

 

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