Sanitary District Could Raise Rates
The Ross Valley Sanitary District is considering the possibility of raising rates from $520 to $904. The district heard a presentation by General Manager Brett Richards at a April 7 workshop that outlined the long-term plan for the district.
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#1 Apr 15, 2011
another example of government malfeasance
they are suppose to establish reserves over the useful life of these kind of improvements so that when they wear out there is a pot of money to replace them
this is a pervasive problem with local governments
instead they use all the revenue to pay salaries, benefits and other operating costs
its the path of least resistance politically
just pass the costs onto future rate payers
well guess what?
future is now
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