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Macon-Bibb, MWA work to fix 200-year-old stormwater pipes

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Macon-Bibb commissioners are reconsidering their stormwater agreement with the Macon Water Authority to fix the county's pipes. Earlier this year, the...

Macon Water Authority employee dies after workplace incident

A Macon Water Authority employee died at the hospital Monday after being injured on the job Friday morning.

Macon Water Authority buys B&G Water Company

The Macon Water Authority bought B&G Water Company Monday for $300,000.

Bank takes over Crystal Lake, water services remain on

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Water services will stay on at Crystal Lake Apartments. On Wednesday, the Macon Water Authority was supposed to turn off services...
new water program may cost money

New storm-water program may cost residents money

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- The Macon-Bibb Commissioners ask that Macon Water Authority (MWA) take over the county’s sewage drain systems that the county currently manages. If...

Macon Water Authority set to start $40 million project

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- The Macon Water Authority is celebrating the start of a $40 million capital project Tuesday morning. The Pipe Turning Ceremony at the...

Crews hit water tank causing wet downtown streets

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/ WMGT) - Water shot into the sky, creating wet streets in downtown Macon Wednesday morning. The Macon Water Authority says around 9...

Anissa Jones beats Dorothy Black in Macon Water Authority race

After about 20 years on the Macon Water Authority board, Dorothy Black is leaving her seat.

Macon Water Authority District 1 candidates prepare for run-off election

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/ WMGT) - Another big race on the ballot is for the Macon Water Authority District One seat. It's Anissa Jones' second time...

Black remains on MWA district 1 ballot after board of elections vote

The Bibb County Board of Elections voted to allow Macon Water Authority District 1 candidate Dorothy Black to remain on the ballot.

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