From the Littleton Independent (Holly Cook):
Littleton City Council will decide Oct. 20 whether to approve a 9 percent increase in 2010 annual sanitary sewer charges for residents both inside and out of the city. If passed, inside city single family residential rates will increase by $18.86 for a total of $228.45 per year. This fee includes a charge to maintain the collection system that serves city customers. Outside city customers would pay $17.16 more per year for a total of $209.59. Even with the proposed increase, Littleton’s 2010 rates would remain lower than most surrounding municipalities, according to a rate comparison chart created by the city’s finance department.
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