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When a parcel of land is said to have "developed water to the site" what does that mean?

When a parcel of land is said to have "developed water to the site" what does that mean?

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It most often means there is a water line from a utility company running to the site, or through a right-of-way easement across the property.  It sometimes means there is a drilled well or driven well, with a pump, on the site.

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