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Albany water rates to increase 35 percent
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MADISON - Residential water rates will increase in the village of Albany by 35 percent next month, the first major hike in 17 years, according to an order issued Tuesday by the Wisconsin Public Service Commission. Average residential customers currently paying $56.18 quarterly for 9,724 gallons of water will pay $76.10 for the sample volume when the new rates take effect June 18, the day after meters are next read, said Lonnie Gill, utility superintendent. The new rates will show up on water bills mailed in October, he said.

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