The city of Kingman has moved a little closer to deciding how it wants to refund savings to sewer system customers. The council voted in favor of the “customer based” refund approach, one of five options Finance Director Tina Moline presented at its November 2 meeting.
“We have almost 9,000 residential customers and 1,000 commercial customers,” Moline said. “So, residential customers would get a 14.83% discount, averaging about $39 over the year. Commercial customers would get a 1.21% reduction.”
Moline said the revenue return proposal advances to a December 6 public hearing, for possible implementation next February.