COLUMBUS, Ind. — Were you surprised by a sky-high water/sewer utility bill this month? If so, The Republic would like to hear from you.
Some Columbus residents watered their lawns in May because of unseasonably dry conditions, according to Keith Reeves, director of Columbus City Utilities. Unfortunately, the annual summer period in which the city adjusts rates downward to allow for lawn watering doesn't begin until June, leaving people with higher-than-expected bills.
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