From the Summit Daily News (Caitlin Row):
Because Dillon’s water and sewer costs aren’t covered by its revenues, treasurer Carrie McDonald said the town must increase its rates. “The No. 1 reason to increase rates is to maintain the water and sewer fund into the future — including operation, maintenance and capital projects,” McDonald said…Rate increase information won’t be available to the public until Feb. 26. McDonald however noted that rather than have one rate across the board, the town will use different rate structures based on three types of customers — single-family, multi-family (like condominium complexes) and non-residential. New rates will be posted on Dillon’s website and made available at the town hall.
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