The Barrow County Water and Sewerage Authority informally agreed this week to propose a rate hike that would nearly double the cost of wholesale water sold to the county’s municipalities. Additionally, members expressed interest in taking over all business matters and funds management for the county's wholesale and water transmission system, a move that would increase the BCWSA’s control over the added revenue expected to top a million a year.

For the full story, see the July 25 issue of the Barrow Journal.

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