Monthly Service Charge $ 7.50 $ 9.25 Consumption Charges (per kwh) October - May $ $ June - September $ $ 11.

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1 E1 Residential Electric Service Overhead Monthly Service Charge $ 7.50 $ 9.25 Consumption Charges (per kwh) October - May $ $ June - September $ $ E6 Residential Electric Service Underground Monthly Service Charge $ 9.50 $ Consumption Charges (per kwh) October - May $ $ June - September $ $ E3 Small Commercial Service Monthly Service Charge $ 9.50 $ Consumption Charges (per kwh) October - May $ $ June - September $ $ E4 Commercial Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (per kwh) $ $ E5 Demand Charge (Related to E4 Service) Consumption Charges (per KW) October - May $ 7.50 $ 8.68 Consumption Charges (per KW) June - September $ $ Large Commercial Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (per kwh) $ $ Demand Charge (Related to Large Commercial Service) Consumption Charges (per KW) October - May $ 7.50 $ 8.68 Consumption Charges (per KW) June - September $ $ Purchased Power Adjustment = cost + amount over $0.060 per kwh North St. Paul Street Lighting Per Month $ $ Correction pending. Should be $1.30

2 Garbage Rates Recycling Rates Service Size Rate (Per Month) Rate (Per Month) 32 Gallon $ $ Gallon $ $ Gallon $ $ Gallon $ $ Service Rate Rate Recycling $ 3.36 $ 3.36 Bulk Item Pick-up $ 3.18 $ 3.28 Yard Waste Disposal Rates (optional) Service Rate Rate On Call- Per Bag $ 1.89 $ 1.89 Unlimited-With 95 Gallon Cart $ 7.14 $ 7.14 Prices above do not include 28% County Environmental Charge (Ramsey CEC) or MN State Solid Waste Tax, Residential 9.75% - Commercial 17%.

3 North St. Paul Sanitary Sewer Service - per 1,000 Gallons 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per 1,000 Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ 2.60 $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ 2.94 $ ,001 Gallons or More $ 3.29 $ 3.50 North St. Paul Sanitary Sewer Service - per 1,000 Gallons 1 1/2" or Larger Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per 1,000 Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ 2.60 $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ 2.94 $ ,001 Gallons or More $ 3.29 $ 3.50 North St. Paul Sanitary Sewer Service - per Gallon 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 Gallons or More $ $ North St. Paul Sanitary Sewer Service - per Gallon 1 1/2" or Larger Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 Gallons or More $ $ *The sewer consumption charge is based on the average water consumption of the winter quarter (December thru February). **Sewer consumption charges for properties without a water meter are based on 5,000 gallons of water per month Sewer & Water Rules, Regulations, Prices and Terms - Charges for service shall be a continuing lien until paid upon property served.

4 Single Family Residential Per Lot $ 8.27 $ 8.97 Commercial, Multi-Family and Public Type Per Acre Per Month Townhomes $ $ Apartments $ $ Commercial $ $ Industrial $ $ Churches/Schools $ $ Parks $ $ Open Space Exempt Exempt Streets and Lakes Exempt Exempt Parking Lots $ $ Undeveloped Exempt Exempt

5 North St. Paul Water Service-Per 1,000 Gallons 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ 9.94 $ Consumption Charges (Per 1,000 Gallons) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ 2.91 $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ 3.81 $ ,001 Gallons or More $ 5.54 $ 5.84 North St. Paul Water Service-Per 1,000 Gallons 1 1/2" Meter or Larger Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per 1,000 Gallons) 0 to 50,000 Gallons $ 2.91 $ ,001 to 150,000 Gallons $ 3.81 $ ,001 Gallons or More $ 5.54 $ 5.84 Maplewood Water Service-Per 1,000 Gallons 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per 1,000 Gallons) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ 2.91 $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ 3.81 $ 4.02 (Includes 15 cent charge for Fire Hydrant Rental) 20,001 Gallons or More $ 5.54 $ 5.84 North St. Paul Water Service-Per Gallon 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ 9.94 $ Consumption Charges (Per Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 Gallons or More $ $ North St. Paul Water Service-Per Gallon 1 1/2" Meter or Larger Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per Gallon) 0 to 50,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 to 150,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 Gallons or More $ $ Maplewood Water Service-Per Gallon 5/8" to 1" Water Service Monthly Service Charge $ $ Consumption Charges (Per Gallon) 0 to 7,000 Gallons $ $ ,001 to 20,000 Gallons $ $ (Includes 15 cent charge for Fire Hydrant Rental) 20,001 Gallons or More $ $ *Water consumption consumed by commercial users is subject to sales tax Sewer & Water Rules, Regulations, Prices and Terms - Charges for service shall be a continuing lien until paid upon property served.

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