West Point utility customers will be paying more for their water after action taken last night by the City Council.

A water rate hike was needed, City Administrator Tom Goulette said, so the city can begin making payments to the State Revolving Loan Fund for the nearly $3 million borrowed for the new filters and new water mains.

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