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July 2, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Valley property owners will see their sewer bills drop by an average of $25 per year under a revamped rate system that went into effect Tuesday. The new formula will use winter months--when little water is used outside--as a baseline to calculate rates. Councilwoman Laura Chick, who proposed the change, said that under the old system Valley customers were being unfairly charged during summer months because much of the water being used was not going into the sewer.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Valley property owners will see their sewer bills drop by an average of $25 per year under a revamped rate system that went into effect Tuesday. The new formula will use winter months--when little water is used outside--as a baseline to calculate rates. Councilwoman Laura Chick, who proposed the change, said that under the old system Valley customers were being unfairly charged during summer months because much of the water being used was not going into the sewer.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996
Under pressure from angry voters, the Agoura Hills City Council on Wednesday will discuss whether to rescind a controversial 1994 utility tax. The California Supreme Court last year upheld a 1986 state ballot measure giving voters a say over new general and special taxes. Since then, the council has been under pressure to rescind the tax or place it on the ballot. The council passed a resolution in February to place the matter on the November ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996
Under pressure from angry voters, the Agoura Hills City Council on Wednesday will discuss whether to rescind a controversial 1994 utility tax. The California Supreme Court last year upheld a 1986 state ballot measure giving voters a say over new general and special taxes. Since then, the council has been under pressure to rescind the tax or place it on the ballot. The council passed a resolution in February to place the matter on the November ballot.
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