Arlington Talks About Replacing Aging Water Meters

10/3/17 – 5:05 A.M.

Arlington officials could consider replacing water meters in the village. The Courier reports water and sewer superintendent Casey Glick brought the issue up Monday night. He says aging meters don’t correctly read water usage, which could cost the village money.

Councilman Tom Blunk agreed. He said the longer the village waits to replace the aging meters, the more money they’ll lose. He added newer meters could alert the village to water problems faster.

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