Here we go again. Our local utilities are crying their revenues are down because people are doing what we have been continually preached to do: reduce and conserve. 143 more words
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“The good news is that knowledge can lead to change. Parts of California’s Santa Clara Valley sank 13 feet in the first half of the 20th Century, but smart policies – diversifying water supplies and allowing the aquifer to recharge – stopped subsidence in its tracks.”
WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Water and Sewer bills will reflect rate increases in the next quarterly bill. The average residential customer will see an approximate $5 increase per quarter for water and $3 increase per quarter for sewer. 434 more words
Re: Adventure Bay awash in red ink, by Doug Schmidt, Feb. 13.
What a surprise. The new water park is swimming in red ink.
The list of excuses is funny; unanticipated hydro rate hikes by the province, lower than projected attendance levels, marketing in the U.S. 121 more words