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Average Minneapolis homeowners' utility bills rising to near property tax levels


September 24, 2018

Owning a home is becoming more expensive in Minneapolis, and it’s not just the booming real estate market.

If the City Council approves Mayor Jacob Frey’s budget, the average homeowner next year will pay $1,249 in utility fees — for drinking water, wastewater, garbage collection and storm drainage — a cost that has continued to rise in recent years as the city seeks to repair an aging sewer infrastructure and embark on new building projects.


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