After Dickinson’s former public works manager received a written warning in May for violating city ordinance for accepting gifts, further investigation reveals it may not have been an isolated incident.
With an increasing population comes more running water and flushing toilets, and wastewater capacity has increased by almost 200 percent in the last five years, one Dickinson official said Thursday afternoon.
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