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How do CFPUA’s rates compare to other municipalities?

Kevin Maurer
StarNews
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Cape Fear Public Utility Authority announced in April 2011 that it would be increasing rates.

It is unclear in April 2011 how Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s new rates structure will compare with other systems around the state. Since it is budget season, most of the other municipalities also are debating changes in rates. But Carey Disney Ricks, a spokeswoman for the utility authority, said CFPUA’s rates over the last two years have been in the lower end compared to similar municipalities.

The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s new rates fall in the middle of the pack compared to other service providers in the state, according to a chart on the CFPUA website.

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One Response to “ How do CFPUA’s rates compare to other municipalities?”

  1. On July 27, 2011 at 6:56 pm Dave wrote:

    It is almost August. Do you have an answer for this question? And I don’t consider the CFPUA a reliable source for comparisons of their water rates to other municipalities.



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