The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District board late last week approved placing a $275 million revenue bond authorization on the Aug. 5 ballot, a plan that would allow the district to hold down rate increases needed to finance new projects.

A rate increase in 2011 would be held down to 28% if the borrowing is approved, compared to a 64% increase if it is not.

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