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Published March 8, 2023
OB: First reading of new water, sewer rates passes
OSAGE BEACH – After a public hearing in which no one spoke for or against, the Board of Aldermen approved the first reading of the new water and sewer rates that will effect anyone who uses city water or sewer.
If the second reading passes, which should be at the next board meeting, the new rates will be effective May 1, 2023.
The increase will be as follows:
Water rates with proposed increase (effective May 1)
Sewer rates with proposed increase (effective May 1)
The majority of the city’s water system was built in the early 2000s and currently serves nearly 6,100 users.
The majority of the city’s sewer system was built in the 1980s and currently serves nearly 7,100 users.
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