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Old 09-22-2011, 12:28 AM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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Originally Posted by mitchgo View Post
Politics would be the biggest leading factor in something like that changing.. And at this moment as much as water conservation is important- it's at the low end of priority in the political world.
It won't be when potable water becomes more valuable than oil.
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:56 AM
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word. Dana is a witness to this with his water rates over the past few years

Just got my water bill for 7/15 - 9/15

Used 65 CCF on almost 1/2 acre ( hehe I over water a tad.. But I'm SOOO green)

Bill @ 244.75

30 Miles NE of where I live.. If I lived there my water bill would be $3,081.53


I actually just fully a restored a 2 acre lot 28 zone system ( $2,500 abouts in T&M in repairs) that hasn't been touched in years. New homeowner.. I told him about his rates.. Sad thing is you have to have 5 acres to have a well drilled in that area.
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