Water-system transfer blocked by Asheville lawsuit, Citizen-Times reports

Excerpt from the Asheville Citizen-Times

A Wake County Superior Court judge this afternoon [May 14] granted a temporary restraining order that means the city of Asheville will not have to transfer its water system to the Metropolitan Sewerage District on Wednesday, a city attorney says.

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0 thoughts on “Water-system transfer blocked by Asheville lawsuit, Citizen-Times reports

  1. Meiling Dai

    The temporary restraining order lasts for 10 days.
    During that time, it is reported, the city of Asheville will be preparing its case against H488, now law, that transfers the water system to Buncombe MSD.

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