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Council members comment on issues

March 13, 2012

At a recent St. Marys City Council meeting, Councilman Greg Gebauer inquired if there has been any further discussion on the St. Marys Area Water Authority's rate increase on fire hydrants.
Currently the city pays $165 per hydrant for 315 hydrants. This rate is set to increase to $202.50 next year.
The authority planned to add three new hydrants next year. If the authority approves the increase, this will provide a revenue increase of $11,647.

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