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I looked in to other cities and counties around the country, and almost all have a sub meter system. Many people hook up their hose connections for watering, car washing, pool filling, sprinkler systems etc. All of which does not go down the sewer. This can save a condo, or homeowner hundreds if not thousands of dollars annually. A sub meter is a very easy installation, and a remote meter reading device can be installed right on your house for the city to read. This needs to be looked into by the council that is supposedly looking out for our interests.. We should not be charged sewer charges for water that is not going down the sewer nor being processed at the plant. I would be more than willing to pay a plumber, and any necessary permit and inspection fees for this device. Please urge our council to look into this!!
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