Kentucky American Water says it is seeking a rate increase in part to pay for infrastructure improvements, including a $15 million filtration building currently under construction at the utility’s Richmond Road Station water treatment plant in Lexington.
Kentucky American Water says it is seeking a rate increase in part to pay for infrastructure improvements, including a $15 million filtration building currently under construction at the utility’s Richmond Road Station water treatment plant in Lexington. Lexington
Kentucky American Water says it is seeking a rate increase in part to pay for infrastructure improvements, including a $15 million filtration building currently under construction at the utility’s Richmond Road Station water treatment plant in Lexington. Lexington

Kentucky American Water wants to increase residential bills by 17%

January 29, 2016 12:43 PM

UPDATED January 30, 2016 10:41 PM

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