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By Beka Compton
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Waitsburg City Council November report


November 26, 2020

Beka Compton

Crews from Harry Johnson Plumbing and Excavation used concrete barriers to divert water flow while repairing a damaged sewer siphon earlier this month. The siphon was damaged by heavy flood debris this February.

WAITSBURG-The Waitsburg City Council met Wednesday, November 18, via conference call.

The council heard from City Administrator Randy Hinchliffe as he led a public hearing regarding property taxes. There is no recommendation to raise property taxes within the City of Waitsburg; however, due to the increase in the district's assessed value, partly based on nearly $1 million in new construction, the levy per thousand will be raised from $2.05 to $2.07/.08. An in-depth view of the levy calculations can be found at, in the November 18 meeting agenda. The coun...

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