ST. LOUIS — Bluegrass Water Utility Operating Company, a division of Central States Water Resources (CSWR), has acquired the operating assets of several wastewater systems across Kentucky after the Kentucky Public Service Commission approved and finalized the sale of the wastewater systems.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring access to clean and safe drinking water and reliable wastewater systems to Kentuckians across the state,” said Josiah Cox, President of Bluegrass Water and CSWR. “We believe our innovative approach will transform these Kentucky communities in need of reliable water resources.”
Under the agreement, Bluegrass Water will continue to charge the same rates to customers as previous system owners.
The sewer companies acquired by Bluegrass Water are: Airview Utilities, Brocklyn Utilities, Fox Run Utilities, Kingswood Development Inc., Lake Columbia Utilities, LH Treatment Company, Marshall County Environmental Services, and Persimmon Ridge.
Bluegrass Water has more than 1,300 customers in Bullitt, Franklin, Hardin, Madison, Marshall, McCracken, Scott, and Shelby counties.
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