BRWA takes first step to level rates between town, county
By John Barnhart
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 9:32 am
People in Bedford will be seeing higher water and sewer bills. A new rate schedule, approved by the Bedford Regional Water Authority’s (BRWA) board of directors last week, will take effect on July 1.
According to Brian Key, the rate structure depends on the volume of water used and the meter size.
“Your average customer is going to have a $3 increase on water and a $4 increase on sewer,” Key said.
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