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Jenkinsville Water Company waiting for relief related to brown water

Kevin Boozer Staff Writer

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JENKINSVILLE- Jenkinsville Water Company’s consumption of Mid-County Water returned to normal levels in December once an issue with manganese in water from the Town of Winnsboro was resolved. JWC President Greg Ginyard told the board members he was still trying to work out an arrangement where JWC would receive relief for fees incurred as the company purchased dirty water from Mid-County Water in October. Rentz told him if the Town of Winnsboro issued relief to Mid County that relief would be passed on to the Jenkinsville Water Company. To date Ginyard had not heard of any relief issued.


JWC next meets for its annual meeting at the Jenkinsville Fire Station on Wednesday January 8 at 7 p.m.


For a full report on this meeting, see the Jan. 10 edition of The Herald Independent.

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