The berry bill

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The berry bill

Postby Ricky Spanish » Thu Jun 15, 2023 5:20 pm

The wild raspberry patch would be pretty sick with dried up berries but I watered them and we have some to enjoy.
Fighting with the bees because the patch is right in their flight path makes them taste even better.
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Looks like hell from the street but it's loaded with them raspberries.
Don't ask what our may water bill was
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Re: The berry bill

Postby Deltaman » Fri Jun 16, 2023 10:17 am

My water bill used to avg $20-$25 until they decided that they needed to tack on sewer. For every dollar they charge for water, it is more than double that for sewer........forkeers!!!!!
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Re: The berry bill

Postby Ricky Spanish » Fri Jun 16, 2023 5:52 pm

Deltaman wrote:My water bill used to avg $20-$25 until they decided that they needed to tack on sewer. For every dollar they charge for water, it is more than double that for sewer........forkeers!!!!!

Same here and the rich docs that water their lawns get a second meter installed and keep it separate to not pay the sewer tax.
What happens next is the city does a drainage project then tacks the bill onto your water bill or taxes.
And then they build an air purifier and charge you for it.
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