Cities ask sewer service to pay user ...

Cities ask sewer service to pay user fees

There are 2 comments on the Medford Mail Tribune story from Jan 19, 2009, titled Cities ask sewer service to pay user fees. In it, Medford Mail Tribune reports that:

The Rogue Valley's least expensive utility might soon be asked to pay - or pass on to customers - a small increase to compensate cities for its impact on publicly owned rights of way.

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3612 tmm

Stevenson, WA

#1 Jan 19, 2009
It's just another way of raising fees with out the voice of people. The economic meltdown for all is not raising fees, even if at this time we need to cutail certain improvements. I say that the local goverements must do as the average Joe is doing, and cut any uneccesary expenses.

Stevenson, WA

#2 Jan 19, 2009
City Goverements, must do like the rest of us; facing the crisis as jobs lost, and unemployment.
Lean is Mean as revenues falter, so must goverment go Lean to reflect it's losses which relates to whatever it takes to live within
spending/bugets like the rest of us and make necessary cuts.

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