Flossmoor and 10 other south suburban communities – including Homewood – are on the verge of forming a regional commission that will study alternatives to purchasing Lake Michigan water from Chicago.
At their Dec. 19 meeting, Flossmoor village board members unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with the other municipalities that is the first step toward the establishment of a regional water authority.
All 11 communities currently receive Lake Michigan water from Chicago. In recent years, the city has imposed a number of hefty price increases on its suburban water customers.
Flossmoor Mayor Paul Braun . . .
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