Pawtucket, R. I., Annual Report

Issue 1 and Volume 56.

Pawtucket, R. I., Annual Report The yearly report of the Board of Public Works of Pawtucket, R. I., shows that the total receipts of the water system in 1913, less rebates, amounted to $275,326.34. and expenses were $59,839.69. There were 11,548 services in use on December 31, 1913, 397 new services having been laid in all divisions during the year. The water pumped amounted to 2,461.875,351 gallons. The total consumption was $2,464,770,601 gallons, the average daily consumption being 6,752,796 gallons. The water works were constructed in 1877, and are owned by the city of Pawtucket. The estimated population is 56,000, and the territory supplied includes Pawtucket, Central Falls, East Providence. Cumberland. North Providence and Lincoln, the estimated population supplied being 96,500. The source of supply is the Abbott Run Stream. The mode of supply is pumping through mains to distributing reservoir at Stump Hill, the capacity of which is 19.385.000…

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