CHICAGO - The city of Westfield in Indiana has signed a memorandum of understanding with Citizens Energy Group to sell its water and sewer system to the non-profit utility, which is the entity that purchased Indianapolis’ water and sewer systems in a high-profile transaction last year. 

Citizens would pay $91 million in upfront cash to the city for the two systems, according to city officials.

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