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Utilities board rules on water rate case for eastern Iowa

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Utilities board rules on water rate case for eastern Iowa

By Dar Danielson The Iowa Utilities Board has ruled an eastern Iowa water company can only raise its rates around half of what it requested. IUB spokesman, Rob Hillesland, says Iowa American Water Company serves Bettendorf, Davenport and Clinton. “The utility on April 30th of last year requested a $6.44-million increase in its annual revenues – which would […]

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