During their October meeting, Terrytown City Engineer Jeff Wolfe asked council members whether the city should raise its utility rates, now that the 2014 – 2015 budget has been passed. “We had proposed a five percent hike in both water and sewer in the budget,” Wolfe said.

Water and sewer rates are going up in Terrytown, LA. Read on for more information or call to see how we help you reduce consumption and add Green to your bottom line.

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Bandon’s Water Resource Committee worked for more than a year on the ballot measure that would give the city council the ability to increase the utility at a rate of 5% a year. But when city officials told them they couldn’t advocate for the measure, they all resigned.

Brandon, OR will be trying to get voters to vote for a measure that permits the city to raise rates – a novel idea that we don’t expect to get off the ground. Call 714-512-5820 to see how we can help reduce consumption and increase earnings with no cash out of pocket projects that make your business #Green.

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