Tags » Water Rates

$40 million and counting: upgrading aging underground reservoirs

According to DenverUrbanism, there are about 5,900 single-family homes in Denver that were built in the 1890s still standing today. And now, there is only one underground water storage tank left in the Denver metro area built that same decade that continues to store treated water today — but not for long. 354 more words

Denver Water

August 20, 1914

by Richard van Pelt, WWI Correspondent
Front page headlines:

ROME FORGETS WAR ON DEATH OF POPE TURNS TO PRAYER
Announcement of Death Not Made Public Until 1:20 This Morning… 231 more words

New LA rate tiers proposed to conserve water

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two Los Angeles officials are calling for tougher restrictions on residential water customers in an effort to conserve during California’s persistent drought. 117 more words

News

On The City Council Agenda - August 5, 2014

I suspect some of the items on the Consent Calendar for the Tuesday Tustin City Council meeting are on there, rather than under Regular Business so the councilmembers can scoot out early and join the… 845 more words

Local Government