It's going to cost more to quench your thirst in Bryan.
The new water rate is $2.76 per 1,000 gallons, which is an 18 cent increase.
That means the average family will be paying about $2.05 more a month, according to Bryan's Director of Water Utilities Jayson Barfknecht.
The city council approved the change to help pay for improvements to the city's water utilities.
The increase goes into effect in October.
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