- Water table has dropped 100' in last 80 years
- New regulatory changes from Federal & State governments
- Aging Infrastructure
- Only proposing to increase water bill to maintain the current level of service.
How will your investment property and your tenants be affected by the proposed water rate increases. Please click on the following LINK to see a FAQ bulletin recently put out by the CA Apartment Association following their discussions with City officials.
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