FREDERICKTOWN — The Rural Community Assistance Program has found some of the missing data from the study of the village’s water and sewer rates, and should have recommendations for the village before the end of the year, village Administrator Gary Gallogly told Fredericktown Village Council on Monday evening.
An RCAP representative gave an extensive report to Village Council in June about what he had found in a study of the village rates, but he quit the organization before he could prepare his recommendations. RCAP was then unable to find the data and it appeared the study would have to be repeated, but Gallogly said some of it has been found and, and with the answers the village has provided to questions from RCAP, they should be able to recover lost ground and make recommendations.
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