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Austin Water continues cost-of-service study
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 by Nina Hernandez
Austin Water’s cost-of-service study continues with its December public involvement meeting. Jack Craver reported in late November that the utility, which sets its rates each year, would conduct biweekly meetings through February to get feedback “from stakeholders and citizens about how they believe the rates should be adjusted, if at all.” This month’s meeting takes place today, Dec. 13, at 4 p.m., at the Waller Creek Center, 625 E. 10th St. Topics will include water cost allocation, customer class units and customer class peaking factors. A recommendation is expected this summer.
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