Sewer Rates Up In Radcliff PDF Print
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 04:54

Folks worried about their sewer rates may want to pay attention to the situation in Radcliff.

The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has accepted a settlement that will increase sewer rates in Radcliff by about 16 percent for a typical residential customer.

In an order issued today, the PSC granted Hardin County Water District No. 1 (HCWD1) an additional $571,464 (17 percent) in revenue from its sewer operations in the city of Radcliff.


The new rates take effect May 1. A residential customer using 5,000 gallons of water per month would see the monthly bill rise from $33.85 to $39.32, or by $5.47.

HCWD1 acquired the Radcliff sewer system in 2008. The system has about 8,880 customers. HCWD1 also provides water service to more than 10,000 customers and operates the water and sewer systems at Fort Knox.


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