Fluvanna County supervisors are talking Wednesday night about a controversial water plan that also involves Louisa County.
Supervisors were originally expected to vote on an agreement on a joint pipeline between the two counties but the board has decided to postpone it.
The plan says the James River Water Authority capital costs for a raw pipeline would be split 50-50 between Fluvanna and Louisa. The authority would have a raw water line in the shape of a "T" and each locality would own a pipeline from that junction and be responsible for the cost of its own pipeline.
Both Fluvanna and Louisa would pay about $1.75 million each for just the raw pipeline, but total costs are still up in the air.
Supervisors will meet about this again September 18.
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