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Rates Fund Essential Infrastructure
DSRSD Board Adopts Wastewater Rates
The Dublin San Ramon Services District Board last night approved modest increases in wastewater service rates to help fund essential infrastructure projects, including a $6.7 million Dublin sewer rehabilitation that got underway on Village Parkway this week. DSRSD’s rates for wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal have not increased since 2015 and rose only by the Consumer Price Index the prior four years. The residential rate will go up $15 per year (3.9 percent) on July 1 and $21 (5.4 percent) on July 1, 2018, followed by increases of about 4 percent in each of the next three years. “Our ratepayers are making a sound investment in the community’s multi-million dollar wastewater system, parts of which are now more than 50 years old,” says DSRSD Board President Richard Halket. “We all want to keep the system working well for the next 50 years.”
Photo: Workers cut a shallow trench on Village Parkway in Dublin June 20 to install a temporary pipe that will carry wastewater while a major sanitary sewer pipeline is refurbished.
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