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Water Authority denies union’s accusations

Water Authority denies union’s accusations

The union representing Bristol County Water Authority workers has accused the authority of improperly installing water pipes as part of its “war” against the water company, charges the authority denies. The UWUA AFL-CIO recently declared “war” on the water company, after the authority changed its time clock procedures when employees are called into emergency service.

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Union rep declares ‘war’ on BCWA

The union that represents many BCWA employees has declared “war” against management after they sought to do away with a “benefit” union members have enjoyed for years. The “war‚” a term used by both water authority executive director Pamela Marchand and Bobby Mahoney, a senior national representative for the Utility Workers Union of America‚ broke

Letter: East Bay at risk without second water supply

Recently there has been press attention relative to the Bristol County Water Authority’s interest and activity to secure an additional supply of water and end its total dependence on a 16-year-old pipeline under the Providence River. The Board of Directors of the BCWA thought it was important to again communicate its position on this issue.

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Jannitto re-appointed to BCWA board

John Jannitto is back on the Bristol County Water Authority Board of Directors. Mr. Jannitto, one of Warren’s three representatives on the board, was reappointed unanimously to a three-tar term Tuesday night by the Warren Town Council. The last time Mr. Jannitto was reappointed, the town council split 3-2 on the vote.

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BCWA: Water bills to increase March 1

Bristol County Water Authority customers will see an increase in their water bills starting March 1. BCWA board members approved a 4-percent rate increase during its December meeting, for fiscal year 2015. In a letter to Barrington, Bristol and Warren Town Councils, BCWA Executive Director Pam Marchand said that the rate increase is necessary to

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BCWA head gets 3 percent raise

Pam Marchand is getting a raise. The Bristol County Water Authority’s executive director, who has been paid $125,000 per year since being hired in early 2012, was approved for a 3 percent raise by a 6-2 vote of the authority’s Board of Directors Wednesday night. The raise, which runs retroactive to her one-year anniversary date

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