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Ahoskie, NC, a town of 5,000 in Hertford County, accumulated over $21 million in debt from 10 years of capital projects by the year 2017. Since then, town staff have worked hard to cut expenses and bring Ahoskie to a more financially stable position. These resources provide details of this journey and links for utilities or towns facing similar circumstances.

Read a summary blog post or view the case study report and video below for more details.

Additional resources for North Carolina’s small water and wastewater utilities seeking to address financial challenges:

 

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