Operating utilities in the islands does not come without daily, yearly, even decades-long challenges. Their first struggle is that they are perhaps the most essential service to the community and need to be reliable despite everything working against them — and the water authorities in our region are well-aware of what is working against them.
At the recent American Water and Wastewater Association conference on April 17 and 18, utterances and nods of agreement came from around the room as the water . . .
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