City, engineers discuss how to approach water rates, infrastructure upgrades

A water fountain is seen at Kiwanis Park in Payette on July 22, as sprinklers water grass in the background. The city of Payette is weighing options and seeking public input to raise water and sewer rates in order to cover long-term infrastructure upgrades.

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