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The City of Minden may raise sewer, sanitation and recreation fees if the 2015-16 proposed budget passes as discussed in a series of budget workshops.

Mayor Tommy Davis says the city isn’t broke, but with expenses going up and the city charging such low fees for services, council members agreed it’s time to raise fees to help offset costs incurred by the city.

If the proposed budget passes, sanitation rates will go up $4 per household. Councilwoman Fayrine Kennon-Gilbert says she doesn’t have a problem raising the fees if citizens

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