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Friday, October 23, 2009

SEQ - water supply merger to lead to separate bills ...

Courier Mail:

Water supply merger to lead to separate bills

23 October 2009

Brisbane ratepayers will receive a separate water bill from January, following the formation of a huge council-owned water distribution company.

The change is likely to coincide with another hike in water charges, expected to push the average Brisbane household water bill above $600 a year, nearly double what it was five years ago.

The company, Queensland Urban Utilities, will handle the distribution and sale of all water to homes and business in Brisbane, Ipswich and towns in the Lockyer Valley.

See - Courier Mail - Water supply merger to lead to separate bills.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

All ready for privatisation.

11:18 AM, October 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the Toowoomba citizens get their separate water bill next month, they too will get a taste of what could lie ahead for them if Anna Bligh gets to own our dams.

The TRC will give away our dams instead of paying for the Bloody pipeline from Wivenhoe Dam- you can bet on that one!

2:40 PM, October 24, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Might as well give the dams away - not much use at the moment

6:54 PM, October 27, 2009


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