Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo examine Ries’ front lawn in Roseville in April. The Ries family has cut its water use by replacing turf with drought-resistant plants, but residents still face higher rates.
Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo examine Ries’ front lawn in Roseville in April. The Ries family has cut its water use by replacing turf with drought-resistant plants, but residents still face higher rates. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Steve Ries and his great-granddaughter Korynn Toledo examine Ries’ front lawn in Roseville in April. The Ries family has cut its water use by replacing turf with drought-resistant plants, but residents still face higher rates. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Roseville proposes 21 percent hike in water rates

October 14, 2015 01:57 PM

UPDATED October 15, 2015 07:53 AM

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