The City of Rehobeth may soon be taxing the City of Taylor to use its rights-of-way.
When Rehobeth became a city in 1996, they issued an ordinance that stated if a utility company used its rights of way, they'd charge a three percent tax.
This act, called the Franchise Act is commonly enforced around the Wiregrass.
Taylor currently runs a water pipe through Rehobeth.
Mayor Marty Collins says taxing Taylor is the only fair thing to do.
Taylor hasn't paid to use the right-of-way since Rehobeth's beginning, nine years ago.
The town council will vote on whether they'll enforce it, next Tuesday.
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