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Municipal authority making headway in leak detection

February 7, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter – Bill Seely (left) and Ed LaValle look over paperwork Thursday during the Ridgway Township Municipal Authority's regularly-scheduled meeting.

The Ridgway Township Municipal Authority has continued to make headway in detecting water loss during the month of January.
Overall, accountability levels reached 85 percent, equating to a total loss of 606,970 gallons and a total of $3,151 paid to the borough for lost water.

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