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Otter Creek water deal still a hot topic

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By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

A debate ensued at Monday night's Chiefland City Commission meeting over the issue of the city potentially supplying water to the Town of Otter Creek after City Attorney Norm Fugate asked about the direction he should take on the matter.

Otter Creek, which has a serious water quality issue that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection has ordered the town to correct, has been in negotiations with the City of Chiefland for months.

Opponents of the deal object to the proposal that Otter Creek would pay less for its water than some city residents.


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