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EBMUD Proposes Raising Water Rates For Customers

East Bay Municipal Utility District General Manager Alexander Coate Tuesday proposed a 19 percent water rate increase for customers over the next two years to pay for infrastructure and maintenance work.

05/14/2013

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Proposed Rate Hike Would Nearly Double San Jose Water Bills

The San Jose Water Company has asked state regulators for permission to raise rates 44 percent over the next three years.

12/07/2012

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Health Insurance Providers Propose Double-Digit Rate Hike For Californians

Many Anthem Blue Cross customers could see their rates jump an average of 18 percent in February, under a proposal by the state’s largest for-profit health insurer. Other insurers are also proposing rate hikes.

11/30/2012

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PG&E Seeks Rate Hike To Pay For System Upgrades

Pacific Gas & Electric wants to raise customers’ bills by as much as $12 per month to upgrade its gas and electricity systems.

07/02/2012

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PG&E To Raise Bay Area Residential Rates

The utility said the added fees are modest and will be used to invest in new power plants and equipment.

12/31/2011

Beyond Netflix: Where Else To Get Your Flick Fix

Even with a fee hike, Netflix subscribers will be spending less each month than what it costs two adults to watch a single movie in a theater…

CBS San Francisco–07/18/2011

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Internet Ire Erupts Over Netflix Price Hike

Angry Netflix customers have inundated social media sites with threats to cancel their subscriptions since the Los Gatos company announced it would raise its prices.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/14/2011

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Some Bay Area PG&E Customers Will Pay More In 2011

Electricity bills for some Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers will climb slightly in the new year while others will see their rates decline.

CBS San Francisco–12/31/2010

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