Skyrocketing H2O bills in San Diego prompt inner city review – The San Diego Union

February 2, 2018 - Essential Water

Its sounds like something out of a Kafka novel. You get an irregular check from a supervision group for thousands of dollars and no demeanour of criticism or pleading will retreat it.

Instead, you’re told by a bureaucracy to hack adult a income or face losing entrance to an essential apparatus — water.

That’s a conditions being described by residents opposite a city of San Diego who contend a Public Utilities Department is charging them for H2O they didn’t use.

Utility officials have downplayed a situation, observant that while a cheer is scarcely vociferous, people protesting their bills is common.