The metropolitan utilities district may, in its discretion, also afford, free of charge,
water required for public use by each of the municipalities and schools within the
limits of such municipalities. It shall be the duty of each of the municipalities and schools to reasonably conserve
such water and to install and maintain all plumbing and services required in connection
with such use in good condition and free from leaks, subject to the rules and bylaws
governing water service in such district. If any flush tank maintained in connection with the sewage system of any such municipality
uses more than fifty thousand gallons of water per month, as determined by meter measurement,
the board of directors of the district may collect for the excess water used at the
established rates maintained by the board.
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