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Apr 19 2018
Connecticut Water investing nearly $500,000 to replace 2,600 feet of aging water main in Enfield

Connecticut Water announced that it will be replacing 2,600 feet, or nearly one-half mile, of aging water main in Enfield. The main was installed more than 50 years ago. Water main on the following streets will be replaced as part of the project: Cross Street, Oak Avenue, and Spring Street.

Apr 19 2018
Connecticut Water Confirms Receipt of Unsolicited Acquisition Proposal from Eversource Energy

Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTWS) today confirmed that after it entered into a definitive merger agreement with SJW Group (NYSE: SJW), the Company received a non-binding, unsolicited acquisition proposal from Eversource Energy (NYSE: ES) for $63.50 per share in cash and/or in Eversource common stock at the election of Connecticut Water shareholders. 

Apr 18 2018
Connecticut Water investing $650,000 to replace 5,000 feet of aging water main in Unionville

Connecticut Water announced that it will be replacing 5,000 feet, or nearly one mile, of aging water main in the Unionville section of Farmington. The main was installed about 60 years ago. Work is expected to begin during the week of April 23 and be completed by early August.

Apr 17 2018
Connecticut Water investing $700,000 to replace 2,000 feet of aging water main in Westbrook

Connecticut Water announced that it will be replacing 2,000 feet of water main along South Main Street in Westbrook. The main was installed more than 80 years ago. Work is expected to begin during the week of April 23 and be completed by early July.

Apr 13 2018
Connecticut Water investing $1.5 million to replace 1.6 miles of water main in Tolland Neighborhood

Connecticut Water announced that it will be replacing 8,500 feet of water main in the Heritage Woods neighborhood that was installed back in 1960’s. The water main serves Connecticut Water customers on the following streets in Tolland: Alden Circle, Carriage Drive, Pilgrim Drive, Raisch Drive, and Robin Circle.

Apr 11 2018
Water Drop Watchers Education and Awareness Program Winners Announced

In an effort to help promote water conservation, this year Connecticut Water introduced the Water Drop Watchers Education and Awareness Program.  The program was offered to third grade classes in schools throughout the company’s service area towns, with Connecticut Water employees teaching more than 2,000 students, in 77 classrooms, throughout the school year.


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