REEDSPORT — Reedsport residents voted Tuesday to restore their City Council’s ability to set fees for city services. One year ago, voters reacted to a water rate hike by voting to roll back water rates and require the council to submit any future tax or fee increases to a public vote. Reedsport Mayor Keith Tymchuk said the 2012 measure was so broad it hampered the city’s ability to function. Measure 10-127, passed Tuesday, amends the Reedsport town charter. It maintains mandatory voter approval for utility rates, but returns to the council authority to set fees for other city services. The …
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