LEXINGTON, KY — Bluegrass Water Utility Operating Company, a division of Central States Water Resources (CSWR), has completed the acquisitions of three Kentucky water and wastewater systems previously approved by the Kentucky Public Service Commission.
“We appreciate the Commission’s continued support of our proven abilities to deliver access to clean and safe drinking water and reliable wastewater systems to Kentucky residents,” said Josiah Cox, President of Bluegrass Water and CSWR.
The acquired systems include 69 sewer customers in the Timberland section of the Joann Estates community in Paducah (McCracken County), 182 sewer customers in the River Bluffs community in Westport (Oldham County) and 339 water customers in the Center Ridge community in New Concord (Calloway County).
Bluegrass Water serves customers in Bullitt, Calloway, Franklin, Hardin, Madison, Marshall, McCracken, Oldham, Scott and Shelby counties; and under the newly approved acquisition agreement will continue to charge the same rates to customers as previous systems owners.
ABOUT CENTRAL STATES WATER RESOURCES
Central States Water Resources (CSWR) is transforming how water utilities work by using technology and innovation to bring safe, reliable and environmentally responsible water resources to every community in the U.S. The company has water and wastewater operations or pending acquisitions across the nation, including in Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. Learn more about CSWR at CentralStatesWaterResources.com and Bluegrass Water at Bluegrasswateruoc.com.
Contact: media@CSWRgroup.com / (877) 56-WATER