WWFB: Mountain City BMA in compliance with water rates

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Consider it a clean bill for the Mountain City Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 

According to a spokesperson for the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, the full BMA met with the Water and Wastewater Financing Board mid-March after being subpoenaed for not moving forward with a cost of service study for their water rates. 

READ MORE: Mountain City BMA subpoenaed to appear before state office

According to the spokesperson, the WWFB was satisfied with the town’s action to raise its rates as initially recommended by the MTAS rate study.

Other than having to periodically report its financial standing to the WWFB staff, the town is now largely out from under the WWFB’s oversight.

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