Is there going to be an increase in the tiering structure percentages from tier one to tier two?
  • Depending on Board Approval, there will be an increase to the Tier Structure starting either October 1st or January 1st. 
    • Tier 1 (0-15,000 gallons) will increase by $0.91 per 1,000 gallons used. 
    • Tier 2 (16,000-30,000 gallons) will increase by $1.77 per 1,000 gallons used.
    • Tier 3 (31,000+ gallons) will increase by $2.78 per 1,000 gallons used.

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1. What is the average water usage per household in Wellington?
2. What would the rate increase by for the average household?
3. Is there going to be an increase in the tiering structure percentages from tier one to tier two?
4. What is the town doing with the bulk dispensing water machine?
5. When was the last time rates were increased?
6. What other options will the town pursue to handle the water issues with the increased development and growth?
7. What water fees and rates are charged for new construction homes? How do new construction fees help pay for water infrastructure?
8. Has the Town considered increasing the cost for developers and new houses?
9. Have you considered incentives for xeriscaping current homes and restrictions on landscaping with new builds?
10. Have you considered conducting a long-term plan that reflects our values and needs for growth and community life?
11. What kind of impact will the new high school/middle school have on the water issue?
12. What is the timeline for the water rates decision?
13. Are there other options such as joining another water district or starting our own?
14. How is the Town engaging residents to provide input on the proposed water rates?
15. Has the cost of our water gone up?
16. Will we be charged for 7,000 gallons regardless of how much water we use?
17. When is the water plant being built?
18. Why is the base rate increasing so much?
19. Why is it so expensive and why are there restrictions when other communities are not having the same problems?
20. Can we remove grass lawns to save water?
21. Where can we find an explanation of why rates are being increased?
22. Why isn’t there an option of just a $2-$3 increase starting in October?
23. Why aren’t developers charged more to develop in Wellington?