Pittsburgh City Council heard an earful Wednesday night from residents who want the city’s biggest water utility to remain publicly owned.

About three dozen people spoke at a two-hour council hearing on future oversight of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority. At least several addressed — and endorsed — specifics in pending efforts to amend PWSA governance, but many spoke in broader terms against the notion of selling the public water infrastructure or otherwise privatizing the authority.

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