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Failing Boone-Raleigh Sewage District Taken Over, Rate Hikes On The Way

West Virginia American Water (WVAW) completed its acquisition of Boone-Raleigh public service district's sewage Wednesday. The 380 customers served by the utility will have a change in their billing as well. Under WVAW, the average customer using 3,400 gallons of water a month will be paying around $6 more for sewage. 

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Jefferson County Citizens Discuss Water Utility Buyout, Solar Farm At Public Hearings

Jefferson County citizens voiced their opinions at a Public Service Commission hearing Monday on a potential buyout that would see West Virginia American Water purchase four local water and sewer utilities. 

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