WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (2/15/12) – Members of the Webster County Water District board made quick work of a light agenda during their meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Webster County Water District Superintendent, Paul Lashbrooke told the board work on a set of interconnect projects is continuing, and that the district has sold old water meters for scrap, which brought in about $5,200 for the district so far.
Lashbrooke also presented the operations report. According to information provided, the district produced more than 30.2 million gallons of water in January, about 1.46 million less than in the previous year. Production hours were also down.
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