As their rates continue to rise, this local utility is looking to add more workers. Reality check: As long as there are people, there will be a need for water . . . So there might actually be a bit of job stability for this line of work. Moreover, this is where most city hall employees get dumped when they don't work out at 12th & Oak . . . So they really aren't too picky.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With almost 25,000 fire hydrants, 2,800 miles of sewer main, and 478,000 residents served, KC Water has a big job to do and they are looking for help getting it done.