San Diego’s Independent Water Oversight Committee Says ‘No increase till study completed.’

by on December 21, 2012 · 0 comments

in Economy, Environment, San Diego

IROC recommends hold on San Diego water rate increases

It’s true, the oversight committee on San Diego’s water rates recommends no increases in rates either water or sewer until their own study is completed.  The committee is currently conducting a cost of service study including a “review of the revenue, expenditures, and sales volume assumptions underlying the study.”

George Janczyn, over at GrokSurf’s San Diego, has conveniently provided us a link to a copy of their report, as he says:

Here’s a copy of the 2012 annual report of the San Diego Independent Rates Oversight Committee, which may take a few weeks to appear on the city’s website. The first of its key recommendations:

“…that no further water rate increases or sewer rate increases be adopted -either retail or pass-through – until the current rate structure can be recalibrated through the cost of service study currently underway; including IROC’s review of the revenue, expenditures, and sales volume assumptions underlying the study.”

Here’s the link to GrokSurf.

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