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No offense to Richard Bliss the writer above. You believe you were helped. I just ask that people question "at what cost is this help?"
With the recent water increases and with 50% increases coming (13% next year) there may be too many employees at the water company.
The service mentioned above is "nice" to have but at what cost?
I know of one resident that will be placing their property on the market because Marco has become too expensive for a fixed income retiree. That person voted for many of the new counselers. That person now knows of the voting mistake that was made.
I do not know of any business that can get away with planned 50% increases. A customer would flee from that business and the business would go under.
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