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Water rate hikes may loom for Toledo
Toledo will have to consider water-rate increases in the future to pay for more chemicals needed to treat drinking water, the city’s top utilities official told council Tuesday during its agenda review meeting. The Hicks-Hudson administration asked council to add $3 million to the $6 million that has been spent so far this year. It may vote on the request next week.

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