The Community Services District board is looking into charging more for the water residents use during the summer months and establishing pricing tiers so big water users will either pay a premium or mend their water-wasting ways.
The goal is to conserve water.
The district held the second in a series of pricing workshops this week. At the first workshop, in late July, a consultant discussed factors to be considered in setting rates. Directors and staff responded by selecting their top priorities -- efficient water use, spreading costs fairly, predictability of rates and maintaining the district's revenues.
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