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Plantier v. Ramona Municipal Water District
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The Supreme Court held that when an agency considers increasing a property-related fee, the fee payor challenging the method of fee allocation need not exhaust administrative remedies by participating in a Proposition hearing that addresses only a proposed rate increase. XIII D, 6, which was added in by Proposition , requires that before a local governmental agency may impose or increase property-related fees and charges it must notify affected property owners and hold a public hearing. The representative plaintiffs in this class action sought to invalidate a wastewater service charge imposed by a water district, claiming that the district's method for calculating the charge violated one of the substantive requirements of Proposition The trial court concluded that the suit was barred because the plaintiffs failed to exhaust administrative remedies by raising their challenge at public hearings on proposed increases to the rate charged for services. The court of appeal reversed.
RMWD directors elect officers, OK updating billing system
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. RMWD has graciously agreed to provide free opt-outs for those customers who don't want a smart meter, according to its metering supervisor. Upon visiting RMWD's website www. Smart water meter misinformation is alive and well.
In other action at the Jan. It would allow customers to log in to their account and access services online. Other capabilities include having a choice of receiving electronic only, mailed only, or both bill delivery methods; and choosing to receive phone or text-based automated notices for bills becoming due.