Will utility bills go up?

Zoe Greszler • Updated May 6, 2019 at 10:28 AM

WILLARD — City residents may soon see an increase in some of their utility bills.

The Willard City Council will hold first readings to discuss the possibility of raising the local sewer and water rates during tonight’s meeting. 

Also on the agenda, council will discuss ordinance regulations changes, moving monies to fund a nearly $18,000 project, as well as funding a separate construction project.

Regulation changes on the agenda to be discussed include those regarding leaving vehicles on private or public property.

The city also will hold a public hearing to discuss budgeting $17,955.68 from the municipal fund to pay for the road work taking place as part of the Myrtle Avenue Repaving Project.

That discussion will take place after the city leaders approve bidding for the Motson Street Improvement project. An expected estimated cost has not been provided yet. 

Citizens will have an opportunity comment and share their opinions on these matters during the meeting, which will take place at 7 p.m. in the Willard City Hall Complex, 631 S. Myrtle Ave.

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