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Don't be duped by the City. All they want is the revenue from the homeowners (which will be raised over 22% as soon as the Cost of Service Study gets done) and oh, by the way do you remember that you were raised 9-1/2% in 2010 and 10-1/2% this year? The 6% for to start this fall won't be enough so it will just never end. And don't forget all you snowbirds.......everytime you dump 6,000 gallons of water on your lawn, you get charged for 6,000 gallons of sewage even though you never put 1 ounce in the sewer system. If you must water, do it only once a week and let your lawn become used to the dryer conditions we live under. This summer it will be back to normal and just fine with all the rain. Do you want more facts? Go to the Cost of Service Study meeting or better yet, join Marco Island Homeowners. You all are paying interest on a bond from 2003 without even paying the principle down. That's how sharp we were when we bought this great and wonderful plant, and it ain't over yet folks. They want density transfer because of the mega water and wastewater plants they built. They can add multiple hotels/motels because we've got lots of capacity.
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