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Viewpoint - September 5, 2012

Guest opinion: Cal Water explains rate hike request

by Tony Carrasco

The California Water Service Company (Cal Water) is required by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to file a General Rate Case (GRC) every three years to ensure that water rates accurately reflect the costs of providing water service. Over the next 18 months, the CPUC and its Division of Ratepayer Advocates will thoroughly review our operations, expenses, and planned water system improvements before deciding whether to approve the increase we requested or something less.

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Tony Carrasco is the Bear Gulch District manager for the California Water Service Company


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