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PHOTO: Finishing concrete

PHOTO: Finishing concrete
Chad Colwell of Colwell Concrete uses a large brush to texture freshly poured concrete Thursday afternoon in front of the Mitchell Public Safety Building at the southern end of downtown. The project repaired a cracked section of driveway in front of the building and will cost about $6,000. The building houses public safety officials including those in the police, fire/ambulance and communications divisions. (Chris Huber/Republic)
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"If we show we are complacent with areas like this that clearly need addressing, we’re not improving as a city,” Mitchell Republic Editor Luke Hagen said during the city council meeting discussion.
Discussion will take place during the 6 p.m. meeting on Monday at City Hall
Lawmakers have said it is likely only one is affordable at this time without cutting programs or adding other taxes or revenue streams
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Although Mitchell's rates would be increase, the proposed equitable rate structure could lessen the increased costs for residential customers' water and sewer bills.