Cheney Free Press -

By AL STOVER
Staff Reporter 

Airway Heights customers get 'Water Billing 101'

 


One question that has been raised among residents during Airway Heights’ water situation centered on the city’s water billing process.

City Manager Albert Tripp said staff were contacted by residents who were concerned about the increase in their water bill from this last billing cycle — April 19 to May 18 — and wondered if the perfluoro chemicals in the city’s water contributed to the increase.

On May 16, the city notified residents that two of its wells tested for perfluoro contamination above the city’s Environmental Protection Agency’s 70 parts per trillion (ppt) advisory...



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