Aug 31, 2012
Closing out the final phase of its rate case against the Canyon Lake Water Service Company (CLWSC) and its proposed 71% water rate increase, CEWR presented its arguments in a formal hearing regarding the costs of the case.
May 16, 2012
CEWR has aggressively challenged a CLWSC's proposed massive water rate increase of 71%, forcing a rate hearing before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and two Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) appointed by the State of Texas.
Nov 23, 2011
On October 31st 2011, direct testimony and evidence was filed on behalf of CEWR before the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings, directly challenging Canyon Lake Water Service Company's filing for a 71% increase in its water rates.
Jun 15, 2011
Canyon Lake Water Service Company and San Jose Water (CLWSC) continue to frustrate the goals of the Coalition for Equitable Water Rates (CEWR) and the Texas regulatory process by suddenly modifying data submitted in its original application filing.
Mar 04, 2011
On Feb 25th, CEWR was successful in reaching a negotiated agreement with CLWSC for an interim water rate of 38% while awaiting the TCEQ's final judgment on CLWSC's request for a cumulative 71% water rate increase.
Jan 27, 2011
The CEWR started out 2011 by neeting with over 35 representatives of local HOAs to update them on the progress of the CLWSC water rate increase protest and to highlight the need for HOAs and individual involvement to continue the challenge. .
Dec 23, 2010
The GVTC Community Center Auditorium in Spring Branch played host to over 180 CLWSC ratepayers as they listened to representatives of CEWR provide details of CEWR’s protest to CLWSC’s proposed 71% water rate increase.
Dec 06, 2010
Customers of Canyon Lake Water Service Company (CLWSC) were surprised to see that the expected 38% increase had not been applied to their December water bill. No notification regarding the delay was provided to CLWSC customers.
Nov 24, 2010
The Coalition for Equitable Water Rates (CEWR) has announced that they will host a Public Forum at the GVTC Auditorium in New Braunfels on December 15, 2010 to provide an update on the protest of the proposed 71% water rate increase by CLWSC.
Oct 19, 2010
Despite being denied a customer list from which to identify potential protesters, the CEWR announced it had already attained protest signatures from approximately 25% of CLWSC’s entire customer base, far exceeding the required 10% of ratepayers.