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Nancy and Jay Kinkel, along with daughters Sarena, Natalie and Brittany, operate Kinkel Laundry in Park Rapids. The laundromat was granted a 5 percent reduction to the sewer part of the water bill for evaporation. (Anna Erickson/Enterprise)

Local laundromat granted water evaporation allowance

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Jay Kinkel, with Kinkel Laundry, will receive a 5 percent reduction to the sewer part of the laundromat's water bill.

He asked the Park Rapids City Council for a water evaporation allowance Tuesday night as he presented facts and data supporting the request. The water evaporation allowance is to account for the water that stays in clothes after washing and does not go down the sewer.

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Anna Erickson
Anna Erickson is editor of the Park Rapids Enterprise.
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