The city of Las Vegas’ utility department has hired consultants to do a utility rate study.
Andrew Feldman, a Las Vegas city councilman and utilities committee member, said the study is being performed not so much to study existing rates but to assess the true cost of producing water so that the city can revise its rate structure. The new proposed rate structure would not have a floor of 2,000 gallons as the current one does.
He said people would no longer get billed automatically for at least 2,000 gallons when they use less.
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