BOSTON -- The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority announced late last week a proposed new budget plan that would cause no overall rate increses in fiscal 1995 for the 60 communities for which the authority provides water and sewer services.

If the board of directors approves the plan, fiscal 1995 will be the first year without a rate increase since the authority was established in 1985, according to Paul S. DiNatale, an authority spokesman.

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