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Water dispute boils over

The ongoing situation with Beulah’s water system evolved in two directions last week.

Citizens were granted permission to start the process of forming a district through which they could take control of their water system.

The next day, the Wyoming Public Service Commission (PSC) determined that Beulah Land Water LLC (BLW) would not be granted its requested 380% rate increase to $240.06 per month.

Instead, an interim rate just over half that much was made permanent, with BLW required to continue reporting on its business and maintenance practices.

Water District

Attorney Alison Gee told...

 
 
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