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Posted: Friday, January 25, 2013 1:10 am

FOXBORO - Elm Street resident Judy Mahoney, who like many residents has been dealing with brown tap water, asked the town for a bill adjustment this week.

But the adjustment she and other customers may soon see will be an increase. "She expressed frustration that she needs to run her water in order to make it clearer, which resulted in a higher water bill," Water Superintendent Bob Worthley said.

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1 comment:

  • charlieboy posted at 11:34 am on Fri, Jan 25, 2013.

    charlieboy Posts: 321

    Let me get this straight. The water dept. is not providing good quality water to the residents, so they want an increase in rates to cover their poor performance? Only a government service that's providing poor service have the nerve to ask for more money. And folks, that is only a small example of government inefficiency. Wait to see what happens under government health care (Obamascare)