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September 23, 2015
Notice of Water Rate Increase
Date: September 17, 2015
Combined Consumers Special Utility District Customers
During 2015 the District has been working on projects that will improve service to our customers. All of these projects were funded with monies set aside by the Board of Directors for capital improvements.
Within the last three years Combined has made many improvements to our water system, but we are facing many upgrades to our system in the near future in order to be able to provide you, our consumers with the best quality of water possible.
The Rate increase is due to a $3,000,000.00 bond package needed to make the following necessary upgrades.
March 31, 2016
Ahhh. . . April. How we love you. With your warm breezes and gentle showers. Honeysuckle and honeybees. Dogwoods and daffodils. And in the immortal words of Satchmo, “skies of blue and clouds of white.” In April, the canvas of our beautiful, wonderful world begins to be dotted with gorgeous splashes of color. And it’s truly a sight to behold.
Much of that beauty, those colors, that new growth is largely owing to those self-same April showers. The spring rain. That life-giving, earth-renewing, liquid-silver elixir that can help transform the barren ground into lush green fields. And don’t forget the flowers. Bring on those May flowers!
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