Documentary History of American Water-works

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New England States Vermont Lunenburg

Lunenburg, Vermont

Lunenburg was settled before 1790.

The Lunenburg Aqueduct Company was formed as a partnership on September 30, 1851 and built a system that served about 22 families in 1925.

After several complaints from customers in 1950, the Vermont Public Service Commission ordered the company to repair its system, but in early 1951 ordered the company to sell the system to Lunenburg Fire District Number 1.

Water is supplied by Lunenburg Fire District #1.


References
1925 Lunenburg Aqueduct Company, Biennial Report of the Public Service Commission of the State of Vermont. December 31, 1923 to December 31, 1925.
History - Respondent is a partnership organized September 30, 1851 and supplies about 22 families in Lunenburg.

1950 Burlington Free Press, September 13, 1950, Page 14.
Lunenburg Residents Request Hearing on Water Supply Service.

1950 Burlington Free Press, September 26, 1950, Page 16.
Hearing on Lunenburg Aqueduct Co.

1950 Burlington Free Press, November 10, 1950, Page 8.
Lunenburg Water Co. Ordered by State to Repair Its System.

1951 An act to authorize Lunenburg Fire District Number 1 to issue Water Works Improvement Bonds.  March 21, 1951.

1951 Burlington Free Press, March 23, 1951, Page 14.
Henry A. Ramsdell will be allowed to abandon the Lunenburg Water System and sell the assets to Fire District No. 1, town of Lunenburg.  Lunenburg voters have approved a plan to take over and improve the system.







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