On November 3, 2005 LHEUC announced an increase to the monthly rate that homeowners would pay for water/sewer service and an increase to the tap fee that builders or other lot owners would pay to be able to connect to the Utility’s lines. No change was made to the availability fee that Buildable Lot owners pay who have access to water/sewer but do not use it.
In case anyone needed further proof that the LHCC board thinks Membership Lot owners don’t count, they got it with LHCC’s efforts to change the Utility’s tariff.
On November 3, 2005 LHEUC announced an increase to its rates. But that’s not all they tried to do. In addition to these rate changes, the company’s notice proposed a major change to Rule 16, a provision of the company’s tariff filed with with the Virginia State Corporation Commission. Rule 16 applies to extensions of mains, something of vital concern to Membership Lot owners that do not have utility service.
If you’ve received our letters and emails about Lake Holiday, you probably were thinking that we should stop buying so many postage stamps and create a website to get our message out. So we finally did it.