SAWS May Take Another Look At Decreasing Water Rates For Higher Users

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board recently accepted public comments on a proposed rate decrease that could save some higher users over $60 dollars on their water bills.
Last month, the Board voted against the change, with board member and Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley as the lone opposing vote.

The SAWS Board will meet tonight, and they may reconsider the decision made last month on the water rates. Questions have been raised on whether or not they would have to start the 45-day comment period over again before reconsidering the rates. The Board will meet tonight at 5 o’clock in the City Council chambers at Sheridan City Hall.

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