The city of La Pine is reviewing its water and sewer rate structures, which could lead to customer price changes for the utilities.
A work session from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. today will discuss the current utility system and the way rates are calculated. The topics will include cost of operation, required system improvements, a possible flow-based rate structure and rate projections.
City Manager Rick Allen said the rates and methodology haven’t been studied by the city since it took over the La Pine Water District and the La Pine Special Sewer District in July 2012. FCS Group, a consulting firm, analyzed the city’s rates and will present information at today’s work session.
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