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Mississippi Survey of Drinking Water Organization Characteristics and Rate Structures

Publication Number: P2803
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Eighty-eight percent of the approximately 1,200 public water systems in Mississippi are considered community water systems; that is, they serve at least 15 service connections or 25 residents on a year round basis.

 

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Portrait of Dr. Alan Barefield
Extension Professor
Economic Development, Public Infrastructure Economics, Health Economics, Economic Impact/Contributio

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