Due to rate equalizations recently passed by the Lebanon City Council, which took effect Monday, most city water and sewer customers should not see any rate increases for five to seven years, according to Lebanon Finance Commissioner Robert Springer.
In an attempt to make the city more attractive to developers and clarify its water tap-on fee system, the City of Lebanon's Engineering Department is recommending a major revamping of some of the ordinances governing those fees.
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