When the water meter goes dry


The city has a water meter that will go dry this year, the first since 2010.

City officials said the system is designed to provide information to homeowners about how much they have used for drinking water.

The system is expected to be replaced soon.

The meter will also be switched off for a year so residents can take steps to reduce their exposure to lead.

The city says it plans to provide a detailed water quality report every year for the next two years, to determine how much lead the city’s water is supplying.

The report will show how much the city has exceeded its limit.

The Washington Post, the Post’s parent company, owns The Washington Examiner.

The newspaper is owned by News Corp., which is led by Rupert Murdoch, the chief executive of News Corp. The Post also owns The Wall Street Journal.

The paper was purchased by News Corporation in 2012 for $7.4 billion.

News Corp owns The New York Times.

The company owns the Wall Street Post and the Daily Beast, a website that is often critical of the political establishment.

In 2012, the Times and the Wall St. Journal were among the top ten media companies that received a $100 million donation from News Corp to promote its agenda, according to regulatory filings.

The money was part of a $1.3 billion gift to the newspaper industry by News Inc., which was also among the donors to the American Spectator in 2016.

The donations come after several years of criticism by political and environmental groups about the way the newspaper and its publisher, the New York Post, have handled the lead-paint controversy.

A series of lawsuits and investigations by the government and by journalists and public health experts has highlighted the potential dangers of lead paint, which has been linked to neurological damage and other health problems.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently estimated that about 6 percent of the state’s children are at risk of brain damage from exposure to paint containing lead, a level that has increased in recent years.

The state Department of Health estimates that about 2,400 people a day in New Jersey have been exposed to lead paint.

The government is also working to regulate the sale of paint by manufacturers and sellers.

In recent years, the state has imposed strict new limits on the amount of lead that can be sold in homes.

In January, the governor announced that the state would be introducing a bill to require manufacturers to disclose lead paint in the product, a measure that has been supported by industry groups.

But he also said the state needed to protect the health of New Jersey residents and the environment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.