PUNTA GORDA — The
City Council on Wednesday postponed making a decision on whether to construct a
$28 million reverse-osmosis water plant in order to survey all its customers about whether the cost would be worth the benefit of getting “softer” water.
The council directed Tom Jackson, utility director, to include in an annual water quality notice that gets mailed to customers a survey querying them about their support for the proposed water plant.
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