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PSC approves new water meters for village
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MADISON - The Public Service Commission Wednesday approved the village of Albany's request to change all 450 of its aging conventional water meters for new automated ones, at an estimated cost of $101,000, according to a PSC order. The PSC recommended the Sewer and Water Utility replace it decades-old meters in order to comply with federal lower lead standards. Many types of conventional meters are no longer manufactured and getting replacement parts has become difficult.

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