A worker with Teichert Construction digs a hole in Land Park as part of a water main replacement project in November 2014. The Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday night on water and sewer rate hikes to install water meters and complete more repairs.
A worker with Teichert Construction digs a hole in Land Park as part of a water main replacement project in November 2014. The Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday night on water and sewer rate hikes to install water meters and complete more repairs. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file
A worker with Teichert Construction digs a hole in Land Park as part of a water main replacement project in November 2014. The Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday night on water and sewer rate hikes to install water meters and complete more repairs. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento City Council must protect the poor from rate hikes

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