Shelbyville City Council: Water/sewer increase gets positive response

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Council says farewell to Police Chief Schutte

By Todd Martin

Customers of Shelbyville Municipal Water and Sewer likely will see a rate increase on their bills next year after the Shelbyville City Council passed with almost no discussion the first reading of a rate increase ordinance at Thursday’s meeting.

The ordinance, which proposes a 3.85 percent increase in water and sewer service and an increase in the surcharge for higher than normal waste streams from businesses, would go into effect on March 1, 2013, if passed on second reading at the council’s meeting on Dec. 20.

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