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City commissioners are looking into the possibility of raising sewer rates to cover as much as an $80,000 deficit in revenue. While no determination has been made when or how much costs will increase for sewer customers – estimates are that city residents and businesses could see a 10-percent hike.
“We’re going to have to raise rates. There is no doubt,” said Mayor Don Pay at a special-called meeting Thursday morning.
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