Keizer residents will see a big wastewater rate hike over the next two years

Keizerites are about to be squeezed a little more, financially.  The city’s Finance Officer Tim Wood reported to City Council during the Sept. 19 session that most Keizer residents would be facing a more than $20 annual hike in their wastewater management fees in 2023 and 2024.

Wood said an annual increase is nothing new, but due to high inflation and residual economic damage from the COVID pandemic, the next two years would see nearly . . .

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