The three cities and seven towns served by the Portland Water District have agre
The three cities and seven towns served by the Portland Water District have agreed to meet to discuss a settlement of the district's two-tier rate structure. The Maine Public Utilities Commission in February ruled that beginning in November 1997 town residents will pay only 15 percent more than city customers, a ruling that the cities of Portland and South Portland appealed. Town resients currently pay 26 percent more than city customers. Details.
Portland Water District, Utilities -- Rates
"The three cities and seven towns served by the Portland Water District have agre" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 15067.
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