If so, then you might not have to look any further than your water bill.
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You may not have heard yet, but the Smyrna City Council members are meeting to discuss increasing your water rates by 8% starting in July 2012.
This increase is a result of the water authority, who the City of Smyrna purchases water wholesale from, is increasing their rates by 8% and the city is contemplating passing this cost onto the citizens of Smyrna.
An example of what this increase may look like in an average household in Smyrna, let’s look at an example provided by Patch.com: To illustrate, at this time 3,000 gallons of water costs a Smyrna resident $23.25 per month. If the increase passes they’ll pay $23.94 per month.
So with the potential of water rates increasing in Smyrna, Georgia, now is a great time to start looking for ways to absorb those increases.
And one of the best places to start is to look at your homeowner’s insurance policy and see if there is anyway to save some money across the policy.
So are you a homeowner in Smyrna, Ga.? If so, how do you feel about the potential water hike that the commission is looking to vote on?