The City of Santa Rosa hosted several meetings with Ag Recycled Water Customers, the Ag Working Group, and the BPU Ad-Hoc Committee to obtain valuable input in the process of defining a fair, equitable, and consistent fee structure.
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If the proposed fee is adopted:
The proposed fee for Ag Recycled Water Customers only includes distribution costs which consists of one-half of the electrical cost to deliver water to our customers. The fee does not include labor or infrastructure maintenance. The proposed fee takes into consideration the interruptability of recycled water deliveries, the operational flexibility that the interuptability provides the recycled water system, and the critical role Ag Recycled Water Customers play in beneficially reusing recycled water.
Santa Rosa Water anticipates brining the proposed fee to the Board of Public Utilities for consideration in the summer/fall of 2019. If approved by the Board, the timeline would be as follows:
Santa Rosa Water anticipates bringing the proposed fee to the Board of Public Utilities for consideration in the summer/fall of 2019.