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Water Main Break On Rutger Street In Utica [UPDATE]

Mohawk Valley Water Authority crews are on the scene of a water main break on Rutger Street in Utica.

Water has been shut off on Rutger Street between Mohawk Street and Kossuth Avenue.

The shutdown is also affecting the side stree

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photo courtesy of Google Maps
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Mohawk Valley Water Authority Reaches Agreement With Canal Corporation

An agreement between the Mohawk Valley Water Authority and the state Canal Corporation gives the Authority the rights to use up to 48 and-a-half million gallons of water a day from the Hinckley Reservoir

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Hendricks Photos, flickr
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Mohawk Valley Water Authority Talks Rate Hikes, Discounts and Radio Operated Meters At Public Meeting

Although only one person attended the Mohawk Valley Water Authority's public meeting at Utica City Hall, the topics covered will ultimately impact all of the system's nearly 125,000 customers.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
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Hearing On Water Rate Increase Today

The Mohawk Valley Water Authority will host a public hearing at Utica City Hall to gather input regarding a proposed rate increase.

Officials with the MVWA say the increase would be 1.9 %, resulting in about a $6 yearly increase for

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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Boil Water Advisory Cancelled

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The boil water advisory is now lifted for the Bacon Street section of Utica that has been under a watch since Monday.

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Cate Gillon, Getty Images
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Mohawk Valley Water Authority Rating Upgraded

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Mohawk Valley Water Authority's revenue bonds are being upgraded from an "A" to "A-plus."

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Mild Winter Doesn’t Raise Watershed Concerns… Yet

Utica, NY (WIBX) - In what has been deemed by the National Weather Service as the mildest winter since 2001, the lack of snowfall has raised eyebrows.

Higher than average temperatures have kept the snow from sticking around, but according to Dave Nicosia with the National Weather Service in Binghamton, the light winter is somewhat of a reprieve from last year

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Image Courtesy Branden Block, WIBX News
Image Courtesy Branden Block, WIBX News
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Mohawk Valley Water Authority Raise Rates by 2%

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Mohawk Valley Water Authority has voted to raise rates, a 2-percent rate hike will go into effect on April first.

Executive Director Patrick Beecher says the Water Authority is planning to spend $10 million in Capital improvements; $5 million will go towards installing a new automated meter reading system and another $3 million will be spent on a new holding tank for the south reservoir

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MV Water Authority Proposing Rate Hike

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Mohawk Valley Water Authority is proposing a 2% increase in water rates.

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MVWA Prepares For Routine System Maintenance

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Mohawk Valley Water Authority will begin conducting routine system maintenance tomorrow between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

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