Monday, March 11, 2002

Glendale raises water, sewage charges

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        GLENDALE — Village officials have announced plans to raise water and sewer rates for the first time since 1997.

        The increase is due to several factors, including inflation, new EPA regulations mandating the upgrading of specific processes of the sewage plant and replacing aged equipment, officials said.

        The first increase will take effect April 1 (appearing on the July utility bill), adding $9.28 to the average quarterly bill.

        The second increase will take effect Jan. 1, 2003, increasing the average bill by $7.45 per quarter.

        The two increases will yield an annual total of $48,916 for the village.

        For information, call village offices at 771-7200.


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