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The St. Albans Municipal Utility Commission is a municipally-owned water and wastewater utility created by city ordinance on August 3, 1953. The Utility Commission serves as the policy-making body for the system as regulated by the Public Service Commission of West Virginia and Bond Covenants adopted by St. Albans City Council.
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St. Albans City Water Unaffected By Ohio Chemical Spill
ST. ALBANS, WV – St Albans MUC wants to assure our customers and the public
City of St. Albans MUC Sets Annual Hydrant Flushing Event For Sept 12-23
The City of St. Albans Municipal Utility Commission will conduct its annual hydrant flushing program
Update on St. Albans Water Plant & Boone County Oil Spill
On Monday, February 7th, water samples were collected throughout the system due to the reports of the Boone oil spill. All samples were delivered to the State Health Department Lab that same day. On Wednesday, February 9th, we received the results of those samples. In ALL samples, no contamination of any kind was found to be present. Thank You.
St. Albans MUC Issues Response to Possible Boone County Mineral Oil Spill
On February 5th at approximately 6:45 pm, we were contacted by the Kanawha County Emergency Management