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But at what rate is the water cost increasing? The infrastructure can be a fixed cost. With decreased consumption (grey water conservation etc), fewer are paying for the existing water. So the price goes up. That part makes some sense.



Somewhere there is balance that the city must find. I don't agree that the reward for using less water is a higher price of water.




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