Dolgeville, N. Y., Water Report
The annual report of the board of water commissioners of Dolgeville, N. Y., shows the total receipts for last year to have been $7,488.02 and expenditures $7,829.30. Of this sum approximately $4,000 was paid on the winded indebtedness of the department and $2,131.75 went for the purchase of New York City water bonds that lave been added to the sinking fund. The amounts to a total of $58,000, of which $8,000 falls due in eight annual installments and the balance matures in 1923. It is estimated that during the coming year about $7,500 will be collected in water rents and that there will he a balance at the end of the year of $3,526.94. Recommendations for the ensuing year suggest the possibility of extending the water mains.
Cartersville, Ga., is now pumping water by electricity Heretofore a steam pumping station was maintained and engineers and firemen employed to keep the pumps going. At times during the year, due to the scarcity of water, the pumps had to be kept in operation practically 24 hours a day. But with tiie filtering plant completed and the reservoir constructed, a sufficient supply of water can be stored in the reservoir in a few hours. This will mean an economic saving, in addition to having plenty of water.