The issue wasn’t on the agenda, and the Kingston Common Council likely won’t have a vote on it, but that didn’t stop more than 300 area residents from packing into the Kingston common council chambers Tuesday, October 8. They voiced strident opposition to a proposal to sell city water, piped from Cooper Lake in Woodstock, to a national bottling corporation.
Public speaking is typically allotted 30 minutes on the Common Council agenda. At Tuesday’s meeting the session lasted three . . .
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