The Town of Grantsville is moving ahead with water improvements, causing some inconvenience with torn-up streets.

A legal publication of a huge water rate increase was in error, according to Grantsville mayor Curtis Garretson.

Teed & Associates made a mistake using incorrect current rates, and a revised rule has been made correcting the numbers in error at no additional cost to the town, said Garretson.

Steptoe & Johnson will review the revised the problem and then re-do the rate ordinance process at no additional cost to the town.

The Town will continue to charge current rates until the rate increase of 5.5% occurs later this year.

The current improvements of the water distribution system improvement project for the Town of Grantsville, Pleasant Hill Public Service District, and Mt. Zion Public Service District is on target.

The project calls for 4000 Linear Feet of 10' pipe, 800 Linear Feet of 8' Pipe, and a new 300,000 Gallon Steel Reservoir to go along with the existing 300,000 gallon tank.

The improved water service is for approximately 1415 metered customers.

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