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Less than 20 psi for more than 10 minutes requires a "boil water notice " be issued per the Florida Administrative Code. That's the law, ask any DEP licensed water plant operator. Yet Marco Island Utilities violated it to keep from breaking their promise not to raise rares beyond COLA for 5 years. Now that they're trying to make their case for an obscene rate increase in front of the Ad-Hoc Utilities Committee, we're starting to see a whole host of big dollar problems that have been hushed-up for the last 5 years. Thank God we didn't let these people get their hands on our electric utility.
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