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EBMUD customers to see 8% drought surcharge starting July 1

Original post made on May 12, 2022

Facing down a second consecutive dry year, the East Bay Municipal Utility District board decided this week to impose an 8% drought surcharge that customers will see on bills starting July 1.

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Posted by Parent and Voter
a resident of Danville
on May 12, 2022 at 7:50 am

Parent and Voter is a registered user.

I found it ironic that there was an article mentioning new housing sites for 2,241 new housing units under RHNA while another article discusses a drought surcharge by EBMUD.
Historically towns and cities have developed near resources, with water being a key resource.
Obviously we are being challenged by water shortages in recent years. Adding more population in areas where water is limited seems counterproductive to me.
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