§ 51.098  RATES FOR WATER SERVICE.
   (A)   Effective May 1, 2012, the user charge shall be levied according to the following:
      (1)   There shall be assessed a monthly meter charge according to the size of the meter installed for each customer’s service, as follows:
         (a)   Residential:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $2.01
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $6.80.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $10.20.
         (b)   Commercial-Industrial:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $6.80.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $10.20.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $13.60.
            4.   For a 1-1/2-inch meter, the base fee shall be $20.39.
            5.   For a two-inch meter, the base fee shall be $27.19.
            6.   For a three-inch meter, the base fee shall be $54.26.
            7.   For a four-inch meter, the base fee shall be $81.32.
            8.   For a six-inch meter, the base fee shall be $108.53.
            9.   For an eight-inch meter, the base fee shall be $135.97.
      (2)   Where there is more than one meter installation for any customer, the minimum shall apply to each meter.
      (3)   In addition to the meter charge, the following schedule of rates shall be used to calculate the monthly billing for each customer:
         (a)   For treated water usage inside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $3.73 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $2.97 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is  $2.35 per 100 cubic feet.
         (b)   For treated water usage outside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $5.76 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is  $4.53 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is  $3.65 per 100 cubic feet.
   (B)   Effective May 1, 2013, the user charge shall be levied according to the following:
      (1)   There shall be assessed a monthly meter charge according to the size of the meter installed for each customer’s service, as follows:
         (a)   Residential:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $2.11.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.14.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the minimum bill shall be $10.71.
         (b)   Commercial-Industrial:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.14.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $10.71.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $14.28.
            4.   For a 1-1/2-inch meter, the base fee shall be $21.41.
            5.   For a two-inch meter, the base fee shall be $28.55.
            6.   For a three-inch meter, the base fee shall be  $56.98.
            7.   For a four-inch meter, the base fee shall be $85.39.
            8.   For a six-inch meter, the base fee shall be $113.95.
            9.   For an eight-inch meter, the base fee bill shall be $142.77.
      (2)   Where there is more than one meter installation for any customer, the minimum shall apply to each meter.
      (3)   In addition to the meter charge, the following schedule of rates shall be used to calculate the monthly billing for each customer:
         (a)   For treated water usage inside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $3.92 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $3.12 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is  $2.47 per 100 cubic feet.
         (b)   For treated water usage outside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $6.05 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $4.76 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is $3.83 per 100 cubic feet.
   (C)   Effective May 1, 2014, the user charge shall be levied according to the following:
      (1)   There shall be assessed a monthly meter charge according to the size of the meter installed for each customer’s service, as follows:
         (a)   Residential:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $2.18.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.35.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $11.03.
         (b)   Commercial-Industrial:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.35.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $11.03.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $14.70.
            4.   For a 1-1/2-inch meter, the base fee shall be $22.06.
            5.   For a two-inch meter, the base fee shall be $29.41.
            6.   For a three-inch meter, the base fee shall be $58.69.
            7.   For a four-inch meter, the base fee shall be $87.95.
            8.   For a six-inch meter, the base fee shall be $117.37.
            9.   For an eight-inch meter, the base fee shall be $147.05.
      (2)   Where there is more than one meter installation for any customer, the minimum shall apply to each meter.
      (3)   In addition to the meter charge, the following schedule of rates shall be used to calculate the monthly billing for each customer:
         (a)   For treated water usage inside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $4.03 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $3.21 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is $2.55 per 100 cubic feet.
         (b)   For treated water usage outside the city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $6.23 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $4.90 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is $3.95 per 100 cubic feet.
   (D)   Effective May 1, 2015, the user charge shall be levied according to the following:
      (1)   There shall be assessed a monthly meter charge according to the size of the meter installed for each customer’s service, as follows:
         (a)   Residential:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $2.24.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.57.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $11.36.
         (b)   Commercial-Industrial:
            1.   For a 5/8-inch meter, the base fee shall be $7.57.
            2.   For a 3/4-inch meter, the base fee shall be $11.36.
            3.   For a one-inch meter, the base fee shall be $15.15.
            4.   For a 1-1/2-inch meter, the base feel shall be $22.72.
            5.   For a two-inch meter, the base feel shall be $30.29.
            6.   For a three-inch meter, the base fee shall be $60.45.
            7.   For a four-inch meter, the base fee shall be $90.59.
            8.   For a six-inch meter, the base fee shall be $120.89.
            9.   For an eight-inch meter, the base fee shall be $151.46.
      (2)   Where there is more than one meter installation for any customer, the minimum shall apply to each meter.
      (3)   In addition to the meter charge, the following schedule of rates shall be used to calculate the monthly billing for each customer:
         (a)   For treated water usage inside the city limits for billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is  $4.15 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $3.31 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is $2.62 per 100 cubic feet.
         (b)   For treated water usage outside city limits for each billing period:
            1.   The first 2,000 cubic feet or less is $6.42 per 100 cubic feet.
            2.   The next 298,000 cubic feet is $5.05 per 100 cubic feet.
            3.   Usage over 300,000 cubic feet is $4.07 per 100 cubic feet.
(‘68 Code,§§ 7.10, 7.11) (Ord. 4297, passed  - - ; Am. Ord. 4376, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 85-4490, passed 9-17-1985; Am. Ord. 87-1629, passed 10-20-1987; Am. Ord. 96-4858, passed 7-16-1996; Am. Ord. 2002-5111, passed 4-30-2002; Am. Ord. 2005-5208, passed 9-6-2005; Am. Ord. 2010-5300, passed 4-20-2010; Am. Ord. 2012-5352, passed 4-17-2012; Am. Ord. 2012-5354, passed 5-15-2012)