Water and sewer rates in the Town of Jackson may be increasing soon. Town officials says that utility rate studies have been conducted in the past and have shown that the revenues generated by them are not covering expenses associated with providing water and processing sewage in the community. The last study recommended increases in both the base rates and the volume rates. The study points out that Town of Jackson utility rates are the lowest in the Rocky Mountain region with a typical residential utility bill around $30 while cities elsewhere in the state range from $40 to $65. Discussion on utility rates begins at 3:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers tomorrow.