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April 14, 2014 10:20 PM

Tega Cay residents could see $3-per-month rate hike if city buys private utility system

If the city of Tega Cay buys a privately owned utility system that has frequent sewage overflows affecting many residents in the Lake Wylie area, some customers will see a sewer rate increase of about $3 per month, officials said Monday night.

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