TEGA CAY, S.C. - Tega Cay officials decided Tuesday night to move forward with their plan to buy the city's water service.
Their decision comes after years of dealing with sewage running into Lake Wylie under Utilities, Inc., management.
City leaders stayed behind closed doors for most of the meeting while concerned citizens held an impromptu forum.
City leaders said they'll pay nearly $6 million to take over the Tega Cay's water service.
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