Elizabethtown Borough Council raised sewer rates by 16 percent earlier this month. The increase means the price per quarter for residents will rise from $63 to $73.
Council took action after a presentation earlier this fall that showed expenses outpacing revenues at the borough's sewage treatment plant.
The borough last raised sewer rates in 2004, when they increased from $48 to $63 per quarter.
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