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Crews work on the storm water project along 21st Street in Billings Park in Superior on Wednesday afternoon. (Jed Carlson/jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)

Rates hold steady - for now

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Superior's City Council adopted three financial plans Tuesday night to maintain city operations, and fund the city's storm water and wastewater utilities.

Funding the city's storm water utility this year comes with little change to the overall budget, and no increase in fees paid by businesses or residents.

And wastewater customers won't feel the pinch of a rate increase - for now - in spite of higher health insurance and depreciation costs.

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