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How to look up any property’s water bill

From citizen journalist Christopher Sawyer who runs the Philadelinquency blog, here’s a workaround to check any city property’s water bill — and if a property is using water or not. It’s one way, Sawyer pointed out, to determine if a property is truly vacant. Meanwhile, Philly is hosting a vacant land conference.

Aspen Village, a vacant development in West Philadelphia. Photo by Ashley Nguyen.

From citizen journalist Christopher Sawyer who runs the Philadelinquency blog, here’s a workaround to check any city property’s water bill — and if a property is using water or not. It’s one way, Sawyer pointed out, to determine if a property is truly vacant.

Meanwhile, Philly is hosting a vacant land conference.

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