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HAVE YOU SEEN THE WATER BILL LATELY??

2004/10/21 Jersey Journal

Thu Pg 4, 252 words 

Harrison may see water, sewage rate hikes 

Rose Duger, Journal correspondent

... Rose Duger, Journal correspondent HARRISON - Residents will see a 12 percent increase in their water bills and a 9 percent hike in sewage fees over the next two years if an ordinance introduced last week is adopted by local officials. The two-step rate increase would see water rates rise from $16.90 per 1,000 cubic feet of water this year to $18 next year and $19 in 2006. Wastewater rates would go from $24.20 per 1,000 cubic feet this year to $25.25 next year and $26.50 in 2006.... 

WHO'S GETTING A RAISE AT PVSC????Cause my bill went through the roof!
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE WATER BILL LATELY??

WHO'S GETTING A RAISE AT PVSC????Cause my bill went through the roof!

No, actually your bill didn't go through the roof because the Water Dept. has not raised any rates yet. No changes have been made, check your sources.

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Its going to go up soon.

We have to pay the salaries, excessive overtime, raises, benefits, vacation and sick time, vehicle expenses, insurance, and gas of the water department boys and girls.

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Its going to go up soon. 

We have to pay the salaries, excessive overtime, raises, benefits, vacation and sick time, vehicle expenses, insurance, and gas of the water department boys and girls.

That would be nice if it were true, but you are sadly mistaken.

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