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How much is water where you are?

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  • Woman reports that she was charged $14 for a case of water at Stop & Go on Spencer and Western.
  • One Speedway asking over 30 dollars. 
  • Man says the Gas Express at 1410 Starr Avenue sold him 2 24 packs of water for $71. Has the receipt to prove it.
  • BP ON WOODVILLE AND LEYMOND ROAD  IN NORTHWOOD CHARGING $30 A CASE  FOR WATER
  • The Stop N Go at South and Spencer is selling cases of water for $14.99
  • Men in truck selling water for 10$ a case at the Lowes on Airport Highway.

 

@ToledoNewsNow R&S Market in Swanton charged $24 for a case of water this morning. When challenged, they gave some money back.

 

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