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According to officials with the Village of Caledonia, the 3.1 percent increase is a pass through cost because they contract with the City of Racine for sewer services. The sewer agreement was signed in 2002, which requires both villages to pay for a portion of the sewer treatment costs and facility upgrades.
Per REU, residents will pay $1.33 more.