Residents will start paying more for water, and less on sewer this July.
Thanks to conservation, the town is not selling as much water as it has in years past, and will bump up the rate 15 percent at the start of fiscal 2009, and another 15 percent in fiscal 2010, as voted 6-2 by Town Council on May 7.
The council also agreed to lower sewer charges by 10 percent, as recommended by Town Administrator Jeffrey D. Nutting.
The dual changes will result an a net increase of about $23 for the average rate payer, Nutting estimated.
Read the full article in the Milford Daily News here.
Read my notes written during the during meeting here.
Listen to this segment of the meeting to hear what was said by whom.