Frisco continues conversation about increasing water rates |

Frisco continues conversation about increasing water rates

Summit Daily staff report
Frisco passed an ordinance on first reading to increase the town's water rates on Tuesday.
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The topic about increasing water rates will return to the town of Frisco on Tuesday.

The town began discussions regarding potential hikes to water rates earlier this year, looking for ways to keep up with rising operating costs, incentivize conservation among residents and find ways to fund future improvements to the system. The discussion — led by town finance director Bonnie Moinet — will walk the council through a number of potential alternative water rate structures currently being considered by the town.

The water rates discussion is set for 4 p.m. on Tuesday at the Frisco Town Hall.

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