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The ten-year water contract between the City of Smithville and DeKalb Utility District (DUD) will expire at the end of the year, and an agreement on the price the city will charge the DUD for water has not yet been reached.
Plans for a new DUD water treatment plant are still in the making, but have been put on hold because of a legal challenge by the city and DUD ratepayers filed in Davidson County Chancery Court.
Officials believe that even if the way is cleared for the DUD to build, a water contract with the city will still be ...

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