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Kenosha Water Report

Issue 7 and Volume 58.

Kenosha Water Report In the second annual report of the Kenosha, Wis., Water Department for the year ending June 30, 1915, submitted by Asst. Manager J. A. Walter, a decrease is shown in the operating expenses of the municipal plant and an increase in the revenues. The report shows the average cost for pumping a million gallons of water for the year was $39.72, against $42.40 the previous year. More water was pumped this year also, the present report showing the total cost of pumpage to be $14,712.32, while the last report showed $14,217.36. There is now a total surplus on hand of $19,493.51. In the first report it was shown that the surplus was $18,164.33. There has been expended for extensions $12,028.48 and litigation $7,182.28, making a total expense of $19,210.76. The report shows the total revenues of the plant to have been $85,200.70, as follows: Commercial sales, metered,…

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