It looks like sewer rates will be going up in North Logan. In the city’s latest newsletter Mayor Lloyd Berentzen says sewer rates have been held constant since 2004 while costs of the sewer system have gone up. He says the majority of the cost increases have come from increased rates Logan City has had to charge for treating North Logan’s sewage and the fact that Logan is forced to make costly improvements. Berentzen says the council will be discussing an increase in sewer rates. It is anticipated that customers with a typical home using about 6,000 gallons of water per month will see the sewer part of their utility bill go up by about $13.
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