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MW to put rate hike into play for sewers

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By Mallory Bilger

MOUNT WASHINGTON — Water and sewer rates are going up and city officials agree there is no way to avoid it.

Mount Washington has few options for financing a new sewer treatment plant, Louisville water rate hikes and other rising water and sewer expenses.

Mayor Joetta Calhoun said the city cannot bear the costly burdens alone and that equals unprecedented rate hikes for its water and sewer customers, estimated at 17.5 percent for the second half of 2009 and another increase of 17.5 percent in 2010.


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