State-of-the-art plant will resolve water-quality issues

Emilee Geist

Robert Steffes  |  Special to The Times Five years have passed since a Times article alerted me that my water supply in Aliquippa was in big trouble. A whistleblowing board member of the Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa (MWAA) revealed that the board chairman was siphoning off cash and maneuvering […]

Robert Steffes
 |  Special to The Times

Five years have passed since a Times article alerted me that my water supply in Aliquippa was in big trouble. A whistleblowing board member of the Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa (MWAA) revealed that the board chairman was siphoning off cash and maneuvering to appoint himself manager with a fat salary, despite the fact he was unqualified for the position. After attending a couple of board meetings, I learned that the situation was even worse than simple malfeasance: the MWAA was on the verge of physical and financial collapse.

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