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Potential sewage rate increase on council's radar

July 16, 2013

Photo by Amy Cherry St. Marys City Council members briefly discussed a potential increase in sewer rates.

Over the next several months St. Marys City Council is likely to continue discussing a potential increase in sewage rates. No action is expected to be taken until next year's budget is discussed beginning in October.
"These are some things that have been thrown around, nothing's etched in stone yet. They haven't narrowed it down," said City Manager Dave Greene.

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