Util­ity rates in the vil­lage of Mont­pe­lier may soon be chang­ing.

The Bryan Times reports that a rate con­sul­tant met with mem­bers of the Mont­pe­lier Vil­lage Coun­cil for a spe­cial meet­ing prior to the reg­u­lar coun­cil meet­ing Mon­day to go over the results of a water, sewer and elec­tric rate study recently con­ducted.

Results of the water study show the cost of sup­ply­ing water is cov­ered by exist­ing rates.

The sewer rate study showed rev­enues are not suf­fi­cient to meet near term require­ments, how­ever.

And the study of elec­tric rates showed large users sub­si­diz­ing res­i­den­tial users, but over­all cur­rent rates are suf­fi­cient to meet rev­enue require­ments.

Coun­cil took no action on the studies.

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