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Comment #357163 by Deborah McCarthy

Deborah McCarthy Apr 18th 2012, 10:39 AM #

When will the government listen to the people who sadly voted these eijits in. ….the only thing changing is the new ways to tax you for trying to work and keep a roof (albeit a worthless one) over your families head. I’ve had enough stick your water charge with your property tax and sing for it. ..if hundreds of thousands of ppl can’t afford their mortgages how can they afford these extra charges? ?????

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Expect your first water bill in late 2014, says Phil Hogan

Expect your first water bill in late 2014, says Phil Hogan

Environment minister couldn’t say how much it will cost consumers, but said a standing charge would be involved.

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