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John Conway, a Columbia resident and retired civil engineer who served 28 years on the city’s Water and Light Advisory Board, blasted management of city utilities in front of the city council Monday, urging council member to authorize a performance audit of the city manager’s office and the Water and Light Department.

“In the 109-year history of the Water and Light Department, the department is at an all-time low in its performance and ratepayer confidence,” Conway told the city council during the public comments portion of its regular meeting.

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Pam Cooper

Our council and city manager fiddle while Rome burns.

Marjorie Taylor

^ this!

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