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Who's Looking, Who's Asking, Who's Paying Attention?

Residents of Dearborn Heights there are issues in your City. How many of those issues are known by the residents of the City? Few. We pay our taxes, but how many look at a tax bill to know just what they are paying for. 788 more words

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The Dean's List: Thank You For Saving So Much Water...Now Here's Your Bill!

Remember just last week when we had a huge rain storm and Ramona was flooded under 4 inches of water? Sure you do, it was the same day we got the news San Diego water customers would be getting a water rate increase because we did such a great job of conserving water…..what? 287 more words

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Proposed changes to City of San Diego water rates

The Public Utilities Department delivered on Monday, July 20 a presentation to the Independent Rates Oversight Committee (IROC) showing proposed water rate changes for the City of San Diego. 24 more words

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WILL LOW WATER USE REFLECT HIGHER RATES?

With many meeting statewide reduction goals and cutting their water use by more than 25 percent, water districts are looking to raise water prices up to 18% over the next 5 years in a bid to expand repairs of crumbling water mains and electricity infrastructure. 175 more words

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CA Attorney General Defends Water Rate Penalties To Encourage Conservation

SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) — California Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking the state’s Supreme Court to strictly limit a lower court’s ruling that local water rates designed to encourage conservation are unconstitutional. 114 more words

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"Keep Water Public, Reject TTIP" Leaflet from the TTIP Information Network

“Keep Water Public, Reject TTIP” a leaflet from the TTIP Information Network. Their website.
Many thanks to the sender.

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Water-Wasters In These Areas Could Face Triple The Fines

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Water customers in some Southern California areas could pay triple fines if they don’t cut back enough during the drought.

The Los Angeles County Supervisors control water rates for those living in Lancaster, Malibu, Marina del Rey and Topanga Canyon, and want those residents to cut way back on water. 52 more words

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