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May 16, 2014 | Will developers pay higher water fees?

Video duration: 26:46Video has closed captioning.

Always on the lookout to find and pay for new water sources to keep up with a growing city, the San Antonio Water System recently voted 6-1 to more than double some fees charged to real estate developers. But an advisory committee, made up largely of developer interests, voted 11-1 to reduce the recommended increases. City Council will decide this month. We talk to concerned parties.

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