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Between January and July of this year, PWSA reports more than 1,600 shutoffs at residences and commercial properties across the city, on par with those totals seen in 2016.
The mayor’s on board, too.
A final House vote could come as soon as Thursday; a similar measure will be introduced in the Senate.
“The customers of PWSA need to know that their water is safe and that they are properly billed for their usage.”
The district’s neighborhoods are “quirky and charming and not boring” — and she wants to keep it that way.
He’s painting himself as the left-of-progressive choice to Peduto. Is he?