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Aqua America, Inc.
762 W. Lancaster Avenue  
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010  
  April 20, 2012

Dear Fellow Shareholder:

You recently received proxy materials in connection with the annual meeting of shareholders of Aqua America, Inc. (the “Company”). According to our latest records, your PROXY VOTE for this meeting HAS NOT YET BEEN RECEIVED.

Please Vote Today.

Your Board of Directors recommends that you vote

Due to a change in New York Stock Exchange rules, stockbrokers, banks and other nominees who hold shares for you are no longer allowed to vote your shares on any of the proposals described above other than the ratification of the appointment of the independent auditors unless they have received your specific voting instructions. Regardless of the number of shares you own, it is important that you vote so that your shares are represented at the Annual Meeting.

Your vote is important to us and we need your support.

Electronic voting is available for you. The voting process is quick, easy and free.

Even if you plan to attend the meeting, please vote your shares now so that your vote can be counted without delay.

Thank you in advance for your support and for acting promptly.

On behalf of your Board of Directors,
Nicholas DeBenedictis
Chairman and President