Evanston has launched a new “Water Sense” program designed to encourage residents to save money by reducing their water usage.

But Ponzi, as usual, sees a problem. It costs about the same to run the city’s water plant even if it’s pumping less.

So, he sees city leaders gathering to plan a rate increase.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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