Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
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Chicago To Test New Ultrasonic Water Meters In 150 Homes After Earlier Program Paused Due To Lead ConcernsMayor Lori Lightfoot paused the installation of traditional water meters in homes with lead service lines last July, after tests found 22% of homes tested since 2017 had elevated lead levels in the tap water after meters were installed.
City Touts Progress On Installing Water Meters In Chicago HomesIt's a relatively small piece of black plastic, but for Grace Bowers' water bill, the meter has made a big difference.
West Chicago Still Catching Up On Yearlong Backlog Of Water BillsMany residents of West Chicago are still waiting on their city to send them a water bill. For many of them, it's been as long as 15 months since they last had a water bill.
Emanuel Calls On Homeowners To Install Water MetersMayor Rahm Emanuel is reiterating his support for the city’s campaign asking homeowners to voluntarily install water meters.
Some Churches Face Steep Costs In Installing Water MetersWhen it comes to water meters in Chicago, churches are getting by on a wing and a prayer.