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Water Rates Discussion This Morning at South Coast Water District Special Meeting 10:00am

Photo by South OC Beaches

The South Coast Water District (SCWD) will be having a Special Meeting today to discuss water rates.
The meeting will be at 31592 West Street in Laguna Beach at 10:00am. 28 more words

Laguna Beach

City Council January 12 Meeting

Larry Kramer’s thoughts on January 12, 2015 City Council Meeting.

Tomorrow, Monday, January 12 starting at 9 AM the City Council will hold a retreat at Marie Callender’s Restaurant to consider the City Council’s Priorities from 2014 through 2016. 58 more words

City Council Agenda

A Life-Cycle Approach to Urban Water Scarcity Pricing

O Sahin, RA Stewart, MG Porter. Water security through scarcity pricing and reverse osmosis: a system dynamics approach.  In Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, Journal of Cleaner Production 2015-02-01 88:160-171… 248 more words

Water Supply

Douglas County water rate drama heating up

By Kathryn Reed

STATELINE – Mark Twain was on to something when he said, “Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting over.”

And when it comes to Douglas County, the fighting has been going on for years. 564 more words

"Oppose Privatisation of Water and Publicly owned Bus Services" leaflet from the NBRU

An “Oppose Privatisation of Water and Publicly owned Bus Services” leaflet from the National Bus and Rail Union. They were on trains nationally on December 10th (the day of the big Water March)
Many thanks to the sender.

Irish Politics

Egan: City's 2% tax snooze hides 64% nightmare in water rates

Compound interest is quite terrifying. It turns nines and sevens into 64.

Here are the annual percentage increases in water and sewer rates in Ottawa since 2008: nine, nine, nine, 3.9, six, seven and seven. 735 more words

Local News

No decision on water rate increases yet

WICHITA, Kansas – If you’re a Wichita water customer, you could soon be paying more for services. The amount you pay for Wichita water has been going up every year since 1997. 354 more words