The Gravois Mills Board of Trustees and Gravois Arm Sewer District have not seen eye to eye when it comes to lowering Sewer Rates for residents of the town. Recently the two boards met with one another in a joint meeting and tried to work together to see what could be done to lower rates for members of the sewer district. The area of contention comes from the 500-plus new customers from GASD’s phase 3 go on-line, which residents argue should lower rates with more people paying into the district. The trustees’ recently purposed an ordinance in the district that would require all utilities to be metered. The wastewater treatment system does not have individual customer meters to measure consumption rather bills are figured based on averages of water usage from MO DNR.