ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Allentown is getting closer to leasing out its water and sewer systems.
The deadline to submit a bid on the 50-year lease was Friday at noon.
City officials said there's at least one bid within 10 percent of the highest bid, which triggers a "best and final offer" process.
The top bidders have until next Tuesday at 2 p.m. to submit a final offer. The lease will then be awarded.
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