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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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St. Clair Council eyes raising water rates

By Tony Wittkowski | Local Government Reporter | The Times Herald

ST. CLAIR – The St. Clair Council may consider raising water rates as it moves toward piecing together the city’s 2015-16 budget. 426 more words

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How Do the New Water Rates Compare to the Old Rates?

Hamilton residents may be wondering about the higher water bill they received recently. Here’s a roundup of the new rates, as of Jan. 23, and the old rates. 79 more words

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Water Rate Increase First in Seven Years, Funds Voter-Approved System Improvements

The bills that arrived in the mailboxes of Hamilton water customers in recent days reflect new water rates that were approved in February. It is the first hike in the water bills since 2008 and the rates are still below many surrounding communities. 345 more words

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Marine City Commission looks at tax, utility increases

By Tony Wittkowski | Local Government Reporter | The Times Herald

Marine City is facing a $159,000 budget deficit, and looking to increase taxes on residents to balance it. 827 more words

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Ruling Against Tiered Water Rates Puts 'Straitjacket' On Local Government, Brown Says

SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com/AP) — A California appeals court has ruled that San Juan Capistrano’s tiered water rates are unconstitutional.

The 4th District Court of Appeal ruling Monday could have broader implications for other cities that use similar pricing structures to encourage conservation. 490 more words

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Water Rates Marked Up 515% In Dearborn Heights.

Following is the actual markup of 1 Residential Billed Unit (rounded)

The City pays a total per unit of $1.42 ($0.77 (disposal) + (fresh water) $0.65) 623 more words

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