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Humboldt water rates to increase
12/04/2018

(KLZA)-- During the November 20th Humboldt City Council meeting  a water rate study and a sewer rate study were reviewed.   The Nebraska Rural Water Association conducted the study.

The recommendation to increase the water Bi-Monthly base rate to $66.50  with the price per 1,000 gallons at $2.45 was approved with the change going into effect February 1, 2019.   The  Council also agreed to follow the recommendation from the Rural Water Association not to increase the sewer rate at the present time.

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