Winston-Salem water and sewer rates g...

Winston-Salem water and sewer rates go up; Thomasville, High Point consider increases

There are 1 comment on the Business Journal story from May 14, 2013, titled Winston-Salem water and sewer rates go up; Thomasville, High Point consider increases. In it, Business Journal reports that:

The rate increase is effective Oct. 1. Most of the rate increase is needed to cover capital reinvestment in the utilities system.

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Susan Talley

Greensboro, NC

#1 May 15, 2013
Why do you want to raise rates you can't take care of what you have now!!! Every time you pick up that paper which is not worth $.50 much less $.75 you see where you can't contain your spills! I've never seen a city like ours in my life!! I think we need to get rid of come people in city hall starting with the City Manager who don't know what their doing. I think God every day that I don't live in the city. It sure is bad when people come to me and ask me what's wrong with the city of Thomasville!! No one for some reason wants to bring jobs in this town! We all have to go to a neighboring city just to find work. I don't think these people want our town to grow. Just look at the city of Lexington the main street is full of stores. Go get them to tell you how to run a city and get it to grow!

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