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Thursday, April 7, 2016
BY JOSEPH KISSEL
joseph.kissel@eastniagarapost.com


The cost of Lockport’s water and how it gets here were discussed and acted upon Wednesday at the city’s common council meeting.

The council voted unanimously to borrow $6.5 million to cover the cost of building a new pipeline for the last two miles of the city’s raw water line from North Tonawanda and the Niagara River.
The city is also considering whether to continue using its own filtration services or buy it from North Tonawanda.

A third option, which has been suggested by resident Ray Wallach, is to buy water from Niagara County, which he says sells at a lower price that what Lockport charges.

However, on Wednesday, the mayor said, after looking into it the cost would be more than what Lockport charges.



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