Tribe, town not talking on water deal

CHARLESTOWN OFFICIALS have not yet determined the potential impact of a September deal made by the Narragansett Indian Tribe to offer water from an aquifer as a secondary water supply for the proposed Burrillville Clean River Energy Center./ COURTESY INVENERGY
CHARLESTOWN OFFICIALS have not yet determined the potential impact of a deal made by the Narragansett Indian Tribe to offer water from an aquifer as a secondary water supply for the proposed Burrillville Clean River Energy Center. / COURTESY INVENERGY
Charlestown officials say they don’t know what potential impact a late September deal made by the Narragansett Indian Tribe to offer water from an aquifer as a secondary water supply for the proposed Burrillville Clean River Energy Center power plant could have on the local water supply. That’s because key details were redacted by Chicago-based…

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