As a lifelong Californian, I know that water is a precious commodity. We should all strive to conserve water at all opportunities. I do not advocate for lawns or other water waste.
However, cost is another issue. We are hearing reports of drought restrictions ending and the rollback of surcharges throughout California. Yet there is nothing on Coastside County Water District's web page or notice through the mail about rollbacks for their customers. It would be good to know if our rates are going down, and, if they are not, why? Maybe this is something the Half Moon Bay Review could investigate.
Nobody pays for water. They pay for the system that delivers the water. The system cost pretty much the same no matter the amount if water that passes through it.
There will not be a rate cut.
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