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Rate increases proposed

Council seeks to set up replacement fund for outlying areas using city water, sewer

 

October 24, 2019



WORLAND — About 245 residents outside the Worland city limits but connected to city water lines received a letter earlier this week notifying them of a proposed rate increase.

The rate increase for a depreciation reserve requirement, would be used for major maintenance and line replacement.

The Worland City Council approved a motion to have City Attorney Kent Richins send the letters, which were mailed out on Friday, Oct. 18.

Letter were sent to 115 residents in Hillcrest, Packerville, Ponderosa and Anderson subdivisions; an additional 245 residents on West River Road, Sorensen Industrial...



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