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Water Department Says 99.8% of Water Meters Re-Read Citywide


At a City Council Environmental Committee Hearing on March 8, City Council Member Chris Cate asked representatives from the Public Utilities Department about the promise to re-read water meters. 

“The Mayor made a commitment to re-read all of the [water] meters, what is the status of that?” Cate said. 

“By April 10th, all meter reads will be done,” Public Utilities Department Director Vic Bianes said. “We will then take that information and review it.” 

On Tuesday, NBC 7 Responds asked the Public Utilities Department if they met their commitment and inspected every water meter. 

In an email, Arian Collins, Senior Public Information Officer for the city of San Diego said. “As of April 10, 2018, the Public Utilities staff read 279,947 of the 280,519 meters in our system, which equates to 99.80 percent completion.

Ada sets citywide cleanup campaign

ADA, Okla. -- The City of Ada is encouraging residents to help spruce up the community next weekend.

The Greater Ada Cleanup  is a part of the nationwide Great American Cleanup campaign. City staff hopes volunteers will build on the momentum they've created in the last five years.

"The City of Ada is obviously very invested in our town, and really excited to have people come together and to take pride in where they live," said city spokeswoman Lisa Bratcher. "We have people come out each year, more and more, to clean up our town."

The Ada Beautification Committee organizes the cleanup and, and the organization has grown since the event started.

Chairman peggy saunkeah hopes more members will lead to more volunteers.

"We've added some new members to our committee that have really gotten the word out and encouraged groups to form teams to come out and help us with this city-wide cleanup," chair Peggy Saunkeah said.