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DELCORA Hosting Public Virtual Meetings June 4, 2020   DELCORA’s Executive Director, Bob Willert, announced final plans for hosting the June 2020 Committee Meetings & DELCORA Board of Directors Meeting by means of a virtual meeting platform known as Zoom. This is the same platform that was used for the April & May 2020 meetings. During this unprecedented time the health and safety of our employees, our customers and the community is our number one priority. We would like to maintain business operation as close to normal as possible, with the ability to host virtual meetings this allows us to do just that.   Members of the public are invited to join each of the DELCORA Committee Meetings as well as the DELCORA Board of Directors Meeting. For each meeting there is a different access link. You will find that below under the appropriate meeting you wish to participate in. The following meetings listed below will each be held utilizing Zoom Technology:   Human Resources & Administration Committee Meeting – June 8, 2020, 3:30PM Members of the public are invited to join the Human Resources & Admin. Committee Meeting by accessing the meeting through this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81208921728?pwd=YmxTaWV2akF6RHVtOGRlTDVFak9YZz09 Meeting ID: 812…

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  Files Preliminary Injunction to Stop Delco Council Dissolution Actions; Urges Postponing Vote CHESTER, PA (June 1, 2020) – The Delaware County Regional Water Quality Control Authority (DELCORA) today filed a preliminary injunction in Delaware County Court of Common Pleas to stop the implementation of Delaware County Council’s ordinance to dissolve the authority. DELCORA is filing the petition on behalf of its 165,000 ratepayers who will be irreparably harmed by Delco Council and to stop this illegal money grab. As the petition states, “…an ill-advised attempt to fill the County’s coffers at the direct expense of DELCORA’s customers who are also by and large constituents of the County.”   In referencing the impending merger with Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater, the filing states, “After paying off DELCORA’s debt obligations and transaction-related expenses, the proceeds of that sale will be used entirely for the benefit of preventing significant rate increases for DELCORA’s customers for a considerable period of time. Council’s attempt to terminate DELCORA via the Ordinance is simply part of its efforts to keep that money for itself.”   The petition further states, “..the Ordinance is callously reckless and creates a logistical nightmare that would similarly imperil the wastewater conveyance services upon…

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