sewer and water

Before the East Bethel City Council moved ahead with a sewer and water project in 2010, a common message residents heard was if you did not hook up to the system, you would not have to pay for it.

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East Bethel residents crowded into city hall for a special meeting Oct. 10 to ask questions of East Bethel City Council members and make their comments heard about the city’s proposed 2014 levy increase, which could be as high as 17.5 percent. The council chambers were so packed that several residents had to sit in the hallway.

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The St. Francis City Council unanimously turned down city staff’s recommendation to raise the city’s water and sewer rates starting in March 2013.

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The Metropolitan Council has hired a contractor to construct an East Bethel water reclamation facility that will collect and treat sewage and disperse the treated water to water reclamation sites that could in turn be used for irrigation, commercial or industrial needs.

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