|Photo by Evan Brandt|
Borough Authority Manager Mark Flanders holds a sample of a water meter that can be read remotely.
If you think things like water meters that can be read from a desktop miles aware are interesting, then you should have taken my seat at a three-hour borough authority meeting Tuesday night.
Representatives from two companies, Neptune and Mueller -- which have been establishing testing meters in the borough for months -- made hour-long presentations about why their systems are better.
The overall price of each system was not immediately evident and each system had pros and cons, said Public Works Director Doug Yerger.
I would tell you about it, but why ruin the gripping suspense of my Tweets from the meeting?