DELPHOS — City council learned the state of the water and sewer accounts at Monday’s meeting.
Auditor Tom Jettinghoff gave the year-to-date revenue and expense reports for the accounts, noting projections for the year-end balances of both accounts.
The water account is projected to show a positive balance of $140,782, nearly $162,000 less than projected. Jettinghoff told council the shortfall was from added carbon costs at the plant and the loss of income from Orval Kent.
The sewer account is projected to show a positive balance of $1,354,886. Jettinghoff said the balance of the account will come in a little under due to the loss of Orval Kent income and the sewer projects that totaled $90,000 recently completed on Erie Street and in the Menke Addition.
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