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Council OKs budget, tax rate, hike in water fees

Posted: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 2:00 am | Updated: 2:24 pm, Tue Jun 4, 2013.

Nacogdoches city council members approved the 2011 tax rate, adopted the 2010-11 fiscal year budget and approved an ordinance reflecting a 5-percent increase for water rates effective Oct. 1 at their regular meeting Tuesday night.

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        • shipchanneltrash posted at 10:34 am on Thu, Sep 23, 2010.

          shipchanneltrash Posts: 415

          Who's 'Molly' and what should 'Molly' be asked?

          Maybe the Sentinel should ask 'Molly' if 'Molly" can answer questions about the city finances and spending.

           
        • madmilker posted at 2:53 pm on Wed, Sep 22, 2010.

          madmilker Posts: 162

          "shipchanneltrash"....maybe you need to ask Molly in Houston, TX.

           
        • shipchanneltrash posted at 12:00 pm on Wed, Sep 22, 2010.

          shipchanneltrash Posts: 415

          The tale that was used to sell the new, computer read water meters was that they would pay for themselves and actually increase revenues by more accurately measuring water use. What were the results of that? As I recall that additional recovery was supposed to be enough to forstall the need for a water rate increase.

          Why is the Comission not holding the City Manager responsible for these decisions? Or, did they? We don't really know because the Sentinel is not asking and the city is not telling. Why is the Sentinel not holding the City Commission responsible?

          Most of these articles are just newsletters from the city administration reprinted in the paper.

           
        • bobsuruncle posted at 8:29 am on Wed, Sep 22, 2010.

          bobsuruncle Posts: 72

          Water rates had to go up because we still have to pay for those fancy water meters that Jeffers had installed.

           

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