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  • Five things to know about Kansas City's skyrocketing water and sewer bills

    Kansas City's water bills have continued to increase at a fast rate, but the City Council hopes it can alleviate the skyrocketing costs. Rain garden photo and water bill data from Kansas City Water Services.

Kansas City's water bills have continued to increase at a fast rate, but the City Council hopes it can alleviate the skyrocketing costs. Rain garden photo and water bill data from Kansas City Water Services. Neil Nakahodo and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star
Kansas City's water bills have continued to increase at a fast rate, but the City Council hopes it can alleviate the skyrocketing costs. Rain garden photo and water bill data from Kansas City Water Services. Neil Nakahodo and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star

KC Council backs plan to slow skyrocketing water bills

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