BOWLING GREEN, OH (WTOL) - Bowling Green residents could see a hike in their water rates soon.
Over the next five years, city leaders are considering a proposed six percent annual increase until 2022.
This is after a cost of service study making sure the revenue is keeping up with the expenses.
This sounds expensive, but it would only increase the average home's monthly bill by less than a dollar.
Right now, most neighbors only pay around $11.50 a month for water.
More finalized numbers are expected at Monday's Public Utilities meeting.