Roseville City Council will consider water, sewage rate hikes
04/03/2013 12:00 AM
04/09/2013 9:33 AM
Water and wastewater bills will increase for Roseville residents under a proposal before the City Council tonight.
Under the proposal – set to be heard at 7 p.m. at City Hall – a typical single-family home will see water rates increase by 5.15 percent over the next two years and wastewater rates will increase by 3 percent over that period.
The refuse rate would be unchanged by the proposal.
If the higher rates are approved, the total estimated (water, sewer, refuse) monthly bill for a single-family residence would increase from $83.03 in 2012 to $86.34 in 2014, city officials say.
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