The money to pay for improved water and sewer services in Kansas City has to come from somewhere. The city’s extremely high monthly bills are affecting the pocketbooks of more than 650,000 local residents, including those served by the utility in Johnson County.
The money to pay for improved water and sewer services in Kansas City has to come from somewhere. The city’s extremely high monthly bills are affecting the pocketbooks of more than 650,000 local residents, including those served by the utility in Johnson County. Theresa Doffing MCT
The money to pay for improved water and sewer services in Kansas City has to come from somewhere. The city’s extremely high monthly bills are affecting the pocketbooks of more than 650,000 local residents, including those served by the utility in Johnson County. Theresa Doffing MCT

Kansas City’s costly water bills sock customers while upgrading services

May 16, 2015 10:00 AM