New Jersey Must Pay for Excess Water.

New Jersey Must Pay for Excess Water.

A statement has been filed with the New Jersey State Comptroller showing that Trenton will have to pay the State $1,189.71 for excess water diverted from the Delaware River last year. In the statement is a complete list of municipal water departments and private companies charged for excess diversion of surface water. The total amount charged for excess diversion is $5,519.58, the tax being at the rate of $1 per 1,000,000 gallons. In addition to Trenton, the companies charged for excess diversion arc the Acquackanonk Water Company, $91.98; City of Burlington, $18.03; East Jersey Water Company, $235.46; Fast Jersey Coast Water Company, $21.30; Jersey City Water Supply Company. $2,025.75; Lopatcong Water Company. $13.45; Middlesex Water Company, $693.24; citv of Newark, $453.20; city of New Brunswick, $194.79; city of Rahway, $83.84; Somerville Water Company, $90.68; Tintern Manor Water Company. $.363.14; city of Trenton, $1,169.71 ; United Water Supply Company, $38.87; citv of Woodburv. $26.14.

No posts to display