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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by South Laurel Views tagged WSSC_rates

Montgomery and Prince George's members of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission deadlocked this week over how much to raise water and sewer bills for the average customer.

Montgomery County's three commissioners favor a 9 percent rate increase, which would cost the average residential customer about $58 more per year. Prince George's County's three commissioners support an 8 percent rate hike, which would cost that household almost $52 more per year.

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The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) wants to remind customers that effective today, the Commission’s water and sewer rates will rise 8 percent. The rate increase was approved May 8 by a joint session of the Montgomery and Prince George’s County Councils and is part of a $913.7 million budget for Fiscal Year 2009.

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After two meetings, five proposed budgets and three deadlocked votes, Prince George's and Montgomery County commissioners finally reached a majority decision, voting 4-2 Feb. 27 on a version of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Fiscal Year 20...

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The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission agreed last night to raise water rates for the utility's 1.8 million customers by in July. The six commissioners agreed to the increased rate, which will translate to an increase of about $11 in the average ...

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In its first year, the Prince George’s proposal would tax residents of both counties 3.76 cents per $100 in assessed property value, which would result in the owner of a $250,000 house paying $94 and the owner of a $1 million home paying $376. Water co.

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WSSC board members must submit a finalized rate increase plan and surcharge decision to both county councils by March 1. Some Prince George’s county residents say charges for water system improvements should be based on a person’s ability to pay rathe

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Several Kettering residents say they do not want the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission to raise its rates for infrastructure improvements despite a water main break in November on Herrington Drive. Feb 14, 2008

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The Upper Marlboro board of town commissioners took a formal stand against a Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s proposed rate increase for water utilities at a Feb. 12 town hall meeting. Feb 14, 2008

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With a 9.5 percent rate increase and an additional $20 monthly fee at stake, the Feb. 6 Prince George's County Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Budget Meeting was standing room only for residents and many crowded outside the door including Count...

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We understand that charging more for the services we provide could be difficult for some of our customers but we must address the aging water and sewer systems that are failing at increasing rates. In 2007, WSSC customers had to suffer through more tha...

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