Our last water bill, which includes two months' worth of water and sewage, was just over $400, a 33% increase over our previous highest bill. I can understand that since our town has installed upgraded sewage lines as well as water upgrades and they're paying for it through higher rates instead of floating bond issues. But that extra $100 was mainly for watering the #$%&^@ lawn during the two hot months, with the result that the lawn looks only marginally patchier than it did in June. Let it turn brown as nature intended, I say. DW says something else.Your bill should show amount of water used, so you should be able to compare it the prior period's bill to see if the increase was due to a rate increase. If the amount of water you used substaintially increased, then you might have a leak somewhere.
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