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Newport Beach endorses sewer rate increase

NEWPORT BEACH  – Residents who receive sewer services from the city could see a small rate increase as part of an effort by the city to make its wastewater system financially stable and cover improvement projects.

On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the city council voted 6-1, with Mayor Kevin Muldoon opposing, to approve the first reading of the proposed sewer rate adjustment that averages around a $2.35 increase per month for single-family households.

The Sewer Fund has been operating at a deficit since 2010. A proposed rate increase was scrapped last year in favor of using $3.5 million from the General Fund

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