The on-again off-again proposed marriage of two water systems serving the city of Georgetown and an area northwest of it is going forward again.
The Chisholm Trail Special Utility District is once again considering a possible merger with the city after its board of directors rejected the idea April 18. Georgetown approached Chisholm Trail after the rejection because the owners of six or seven large parcels in the district still wanted to merge with the city, said Jim Briggs, Georgetown’s assistant city manager.
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