- According to local economist Dr. John Husing, Measure F’s average increase in cost to customers would be “$502 or $602 per year … amounting to increases of 65.1% or 80.4%.” (Read the Husing Report)
- Measure F lets Apple Valley borrow $150 million in new debt. Bonds would be repaid, with up to 12% interest, by ratepayers, through a new debt service fee added to your water bill.
- Of Measure F’s $150 million, not a penny will be spent to provide safe, clean drinking water for residents.
- Measure F will eliminate low-income water discounts that help seniors and working families. People on fixed incomes would lose the discount, plus have to pay the new debt service fee.
- Measure F would eliminate the independent state water ratepayer watchdog, removing transparency and accountability.
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