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At Weaverville Community Services District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Rate Increase Approved

November 21, 2019

Weaverville Community Services District
2019 Water Rate Increase

On November 20, 2019 The Weaverville CSD Board of Directors adopted ordnance   #19-11 New Water Rates.  The new rates will be put into effect on Janurary 1, 2020

 There will be no adjustment to the commodity charge it will remain at $1.645 per 100cuft. (748gallons). The new rate structure is as follows.

 

Meter Size Old Minimum New Minimun Difference

5/8"

$23.50 $28.00 $4.50

3/4"

$32.80 $39.00 $6.20

1"

$51.60 $61.50 $9.90

1.5"

$70.30 $83.75 $13.45

2"

$93.70 $111.50 $17.80 

3"

$117.10 $139.50 $22.40


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'Tis the season

'Tis the season

December 01, 2019

'Tis the season of holidays— days for family, days for good cheer. Days for remembering, celebrating, gift-giving, and merry-making.

The holidays are rife with traditions, many of them decades— even centuries— old. Traditions are a link to the past.  Tradition means “handed down from one generation to the next.” Traditions remind us that we are not isolated individuals, we do not live in a vacuum; we are part of history, part of culture, part of a family.  The holidays themselves are a way of remembering the past, commemorating important events —days set apart for a special purpose. 

Our holidays, and our holiday traditions, are dear to us. But where do our holidays and traditions come from? 

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