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Swan Pond water issues may be resolved

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By The Staff

By JENNIFER RAYMOND

rcraymond@bellsouth.net

A heated discussion over water or lack thereof erupted at the Kingston City Council meeting Tuesday night.

Swan Pond Road residents asked the council for help in getting them pressurized water.

Weve been trying to get water for over 20 years, said Randy Ellis, who was representing his 85-year-old grandmother.

City manager Jim Pinkerton said some residents are able to access the city's gravity line but do not get the pressure they need.


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