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Re: water meters


In a message dated 02/14/2003 12:16:54 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
lwallpe@juno.com writes:

> I tend to be a contrarian and just must ask.  
> What happens if you just refuse to pay it?  
> It's not as if they can cut off your water!
> 
> 

No, but if you don't pay your property taxes, you can eventually lose your 
property.

We have no sewage at all - none available.  Septic fields  can determine 
where and what you can build.  Auralie

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