City to consider increase for water rates

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Sopchoppy hasn’t increased base rates in more than 20 years

By William Snowden

Sopchoppy City Commissioners will consider increasing water rates over the next several years after leaving prices unchanged for 20 years.
What’s being proposed is a slight increase of $2 a month for the first year, and then an increase of $1 a month for the next two years.
Currently, Sopchoppy charges residential customers in the city limits just $12 a month for service, and $18 for residential outside the city.
Sopchoppy water serves customers from the city to Medart and north to downtown Crawfordville almost to Wal-Mart.

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