Posted Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Cleveland's water department produces a fine product: Clean, crisp tap water. But customer service woes, an aging network of underground pipes and a stiff increase in rates have many customers howling. None louder than Westlake, which is exploring a plan to buy water from neighboring Avon Lake. Cleveland officials say such a defection will be a lot more expensive than Westlake leaders are letting on. Water wars, Tuesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
Mayor Dennis Clough, Westlake
Darnell Brown, Chief Operating Officer, City of Cleveland
Julius Ciaccia, executive director, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Mayor Don Kuchta, Macedonia
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