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Re: Re: Fwd: Price of Gas-OT


Kitty, those are the lowest water and sewer rates I've heard of in years.
You in the wetter parts of the country get to take advantage of the dilution
capacity of your larger rivers and streams.  Out west, sewage has to be
treated so that the effluent itself will support fish without stream
dilution, and it costs big bucks to do that.  Sounds like you must have a
ground water supply instead of surface water too--it's much cheaper that
way.  Water meters are installed for about $200, but some towns that are
encouraging conservation or that require universal metering install them for
free.  Well, not really, but it's absorbed by rates instead of being a
separate charge.

Linda in Wyoming



----- Original Message -----
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 6:40 AM
Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] Fwd: Price of Gas-OT


> Ceres,
> Yes, we have that ability here, too, but I don't have a large enough
property to warrant it.
> I pay $37/mo now, $9 of that is trash removal, $13 for water, $15 for
> sewage. So in August I might get a bill for $63 which is $26 above
> regular. That comes out to about $12 for water and $14 for sewage. A
> savings of $14 two or 3 times a year would take 3 or 4 years to pay for
> the new meter. I suppose that might be worth it in the long run, just
> not enough to make me want to take a vacation day to sit home and wait
> for the utility people to come and do the installation. May just look
> into it though, to find out if I'm missing something here. Thanks.
>
>
> Kitty
>
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Sent: 02/13/03 10:33 AM
> > In a message dated 2/12/03 9:55:51 PM, kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:
>
> << they charge you
> sewage for all water you use and the sewage rate is higher than the water
> >>
>
> Kitty, not if you have a separate meter which we have.  It does cost, in
> 1989
> $100, but pays off rather quickly.  This applys to all our outside
> connections.
>     Ceres
>
>
>
> If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.
>
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