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Tue September 22, 2009
Nortonville sewage debts
By Paco Long-Mendez
Nortonville, KY – The Nortonville City Council met Monday to potentially raise sewer and water rates. The Kentucky Infrastructure Authority recommended the city raise the rates in lieu of their sewage system loan. City Clerk Leann Allen tells the Madisonville Messenger a rate increase to twelve dollars for water and thirty-five dollars for sewage was proposed. However, the motion to raise did not receive a second.