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July 11, 2012

Rapid City residents could pay future drainage fee

Officials say city can't keep up with needed maintenance under current revenue structure.

Rapid City officials are drafting an ordinance that would set a new fee structure that would appear on future city utility bills. The new category would cover upkeep and improvements for the city's drainage system, KOTA reports.

The fees would range from $6 to $26 a year for average residential properties, $90 to $400 a year for commercial properties, and $82 to $360 a year for industrial.

Click here to watch video of the meeting. Choose the "video" link that goes with the July 10 Public Works Committee meeting.

 

 

 

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