West Virginia American Water looks to improve infrastructure, issue related charge

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia American Water has filed an application to issue a distribution system improvement charge as part of next year’s infrastructure replacement program.

The utility’s plan includes spending $50.6 million on replacing and upgrading water lines and water meters in addition to improving troubled water systems.

The average residential customer would see a charge increase of 6.14% or $1.95 a month.

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia will consider the request.





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