Beverly Hills City Council Approves Water Rate Hike

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At its Tuesday meeting, the Beverly Hills City Council voted to approve a two percent water rate increase that will affect some West Hollywood residents and businesses.

The Beverly Hills Drinking Water Enterprise furnishes water to households and businesses on part of the west side of West Hollywood.

According to a presentation prepared for the Beverly Hills City Council, the increase will boost the average bi-monthly water bill from $463.71 to $472.89. It will be in effect for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

The Drinking Water Enterprise serves an area in West Hollywood whose approximate boundaries are Doheny Drive on the west, Sunset Boulevard on the north, Flores Street on the east and on Beverly Boulevard on south.