By CLYDE FORD
Staff Writer, Charles Town
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - Charles Town Water Plant Superintendent Tim Stone flipped a switch Monday night and the sound of pumps rumbled in the concrete building off W.Va. 9 east of Charles Town.
Stone told the Charles Town Council that from one control panel, he can tell how much water is being pumped into the town's water panels.
The Charles Town Council toured the Charles Town Water Treatment Plant Monday night as part of the regular council session.
When it was over, Mayor J. Randolph Hilton suggested residents should take the tour if they've ever wondered about the amount of their water bill.