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Archive - May 22, 2012 - News Article

Water rate to rise: Wapak billing discrepancy causes stir

May 22, 2012

Faced with an annual debt load increasing by 18 percent created mainly from building the new Wapakoneta Water Treatment Plant, city leaders plan to balance the books with a water rate increase.

Wapakoneta utility consumers should see a 5 percent increase in their water bill starting Sept. 1 and then every Jan. 1 thereafter if Wapakoneta City Council members pass an ordinance read for the first time at Monday’s council meeting.

Curfew policy to be reviewed

May 22, 2012

Differing legal interpretations of the city’s curfew law, parents of a Wapakoneta teen say, should prompt Wapakoneta City Council members to review the document.

Top student has a positive attitude

May 22, 2012

Always smiling and happy is how classmates describe one of Wapakoneta High School’s top five students for 2012.

“We knew we didn’t have a chance against him for prom king,” a classmate Chris Schwartz said of Ryan Kremer. “He smiles all the time and everyone likes that.”

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