Norton Shores, Fruitport Township upset as water rates set to rise again
Wholesale water rates for three communities are going up again and, depending on your point of view, the increase is either needed for rising operational costs or unnecessarily high.
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#1 Nov 1, 2010
They should contract with the city of Muskegon. They could get lower rates and better water.
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