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Based on the SDCWA’s increase, Rincon Water’s residential customers will now pay .34 for Tier 1 (1-5 units), .21 for Tier 2 (6-24 units), and .59 for Tier 3 (25 or more units) water use during each billing period (1 unit equals 1,000 gallons).
Non-Residential customers will pay .81 for each unit of water used.
Non-Residential customers will pay .09 for each unit of water used.
These increases will begin appearing on customer bills starting with the statements to be delivered in late October/early November.
The Board of Directors is proactively working to minimize impacts on customers while maintaining the lowest rates possible,” reported Greg Thomas, Rincon Water’s General Manager.
The best way to minimize the impact of the rate increase is to become as efficient as possible with water use.
The SDCWA-approved rate increase represents a revised rate structure necessary to insure adequate revenue to maintain infrastructure during mandatory drought reductions and associated reduced sales, to address other wholesaler costs relative to fixed and variable charges, as well as to factor in costs associated with the construction and operation of the new Carlsbad desalination plant.
The costs associated with maintaining and improving this vast infrastructure have doubled since 2008, and are expected to continue increasing for years to come,” said David Drake, Rincon Water’s Board President.
Although Rincon Water has worked hard to absorb rate increases in the past, its 2015 Comprehensive Water Cost of Service and Rate Study revealed it can’t continue that practice.
Rincon customers are encouraged to register for Water Smart, a free tool which allows access to hourly water use data, customized water conservation opportunities, rebate availability, and leak notification. The new rate sheet, effective September 1, 2017 is available here.
So, you know how I said in my last blog post I’d be in Oregon through the fall? I’m still here, a whole year later, with no plans of leaving anytime soon.