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Rutland Lifts Boil-water Order
Monday, 03/05/12
By Nina Keck
Rutland residents got good news Monday morning about their drinking water. A major water main burst on Saturday, forcing the city to require that all water be boiled.
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Rutland Water Supply Affected By Flooding
Tuesday, 08/30/11
Rutland officials say the inlet structure at the Mendon Brook has been destroyed, so it's unable to draw fresh water into the reservoir.
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Newport Weighs Benefits Of Metered Water System
Thursday, 08/04/11
By Kirk Carapezza
The City of Newport has begun to debate again whether to install a metered water system. Proponents say meters would even out the cost of clean water for all residents.
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In Springfield, Pipe Burst Causes Liability Dispute For Town's Insurer
Thursday, 06/23/11
By Kirk Carapezza
After a pipe burst and water inundated his cellar and damaged his property, a Springfield homeowner is blaming the town's insurance carrier, the Vermont League of Cities and Towns. Earlier: As Aid Dries Up, Towns Struggle To Replace Pipes
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As Aid Dries Up, Towns Struggle To Replace Pipes
Monday, 06/13/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Vermont cities and towns are struggling to overhaul their aging water systems, and the state says almost every one of them needs some kind of upgrade. In Rutland, most of the drinking water pipes are in desperate need of repair because they have failed repeatedly.
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