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The Simpsonville City Commission Tuesday again cited good, positive growth as the reason they were able to slow costs for residents.
The commission voted unanimously to halt an automatic 2.5 percent annual increase to the sewer rates.
“About three years ago you passed a sewer ordinance that states that the rates go up two-point-five percent each year,” City Administrator David Eaton told the commission. ‘The only way to stop that is for the commission to vote not to accept it.
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