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In an effort to get to the bottom of the overcharges, City Auditor Eduardo Luna is leading three audits of the utilities department: on its billing practices, customer service operations and water meters.
More than 70 percent of homes in Sacramento now have water meters installed, according to the latest data, and the city is still aiming to finish the rest by 2020.
Smart machines are capable of predictive maintenance: able to anticipate when equipment, such as gas and water meters, needs to be serviced.
In other business, the town voted 5-0 to pass the cost of water meters along to residents and businesses with new construction.
The man hit the pug with an 18-inch pry bar used to lift covers on water meters.
The water meter replacement project leads to early detection of leaks and other issues with water lines.
Public Works communications director Alanna Reed said the department's testing showed the accuracy of the city's water meters was not to blame, noting that high bill complaints affect less than 1 percent of all accounts.
The council approved increases of 3.5 percent for water use and 5.5 percent for the fixed water meter charge.
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Definition of water meter for English Language Learners
: a machine that measures how much water is used in a building
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