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LJ to propose some water, sewer increases

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Council hopes to reduce debt of utility services and also fulfill terms of bond issues

By Mallory Bilger

LEBANON JUNCTION — After years of little or no rate increases, Lebanon Junction water and sewer customers will most likely be seeing a change in their bills soon.

For several months council members have discussed the need to increase rates so the city’s municipal water and wastewater companies are self sufficient. In the past, the city has relied upon transfers from the its occupational tax fund for operating expenses — a practice that city attorney Mark Edison said is frowned upon by bond issuers.


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