City Council on Thursday voted 8-3 on water rate increases for 2018 and 2019: 5.8 percent and 4.7 percent, respectively.
Robert Puente, SAWS president and CEO, will go before City Council on Thursday to make the case for two years of rate increases: 5.8% in 2018 and 4.7% in 2019.
SAWS’ increasing commitment to providing affordable water and sewer services to all San Antonians is what makes our city even more waterful.
The story of CPS Energy’s success is found not in equipment and power plants, but in people and their dreams.
SAWS officials said the rate increase, which City Council will vote on Thursday, collects funds to address necessary infrastructure maintenance.
Revisions to San Antonio’s impervious cover policies will likely add to the longstanding contention between developers and environmentalists.
SAWS will spend $2 billion over the next five years improving, repairing and replacing water and sewer lines to ensure reliability of service to your home or business.
The San Antonio River Authority is rolling out a web-based tool as part of Risk MAP, a FEMA program currently being implemented across the country.
Although original estimates put a price tag of $100 million to $120 million on CPS Energy’s new headquarters on the San Antonio River, the final maximum number the public utility and Sundt Construction settled on Monday was $150 million.
CPS Energy officials and advocates gathered to celebrate the company’s 75-year history in the community as a public utility.