Utility rate hikes lie ahead for Sioux Falls residents, businesses
City Hall not ready to reveal how much water and sewer bills will jump
The Sioux Falls City Council this spring will be asked to sign off on a new round of rate increases for municipal water, sewer and electricity services.
Mayor Paul TenHaken’s administration next month will unveil a series of proposed utility rate adjustments that fund the operation, maintenance and upgrades of city services to tens of the thousands of homes and businesses within the city, according to the Sioux Falls Finance Department.
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