Leadership

New Water System at Harrisburg, Pa.

Issue 26 and Volume 54.

New Water System at Harrisburg, Pa. The Harrisburg, Pa., water department begins business under the new system of government with just $17,652.92 on hand, according to the report of the balances from various funds of the department submitted to the new council. Of the $14,000 appropriated for the pumping station, there remains $166.88; of the $8,500 street main and special appropriation, $3,289.18 is left; $6,084.93 remains in the various salary balances, and there is $281, $93.41 and $420.80 left, respectively, in the funds set aside for the cost of water meters, electric light and gas and for contingent expenses; of the $5,387.46 appropriated for the renewals of street mains, there is still a balance of $335.09; $7,546.63 is still left of the fund of $25,600 appropriated for the filter plant, and $1,132.03 of the $1,500 set aside at the beginning of the year for the maintenance of the high service…

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