Green Bay Press Gazette
GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Water Utility has applied to the Public Service Commission to raise water rates.
The utility is seeking a 9 percent rate hike, which would mean about an additional $1.44 per month on the average residential user’s water bill, according to the utility.
The purpose for the increase is to cover rising costs and to implement the utility’s new plan for a more aggressive pipe-replacement schedule, director Nancy Quirk said.
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