A utility allowance study for tenant-supplied utilities and a consumption allowance study for check-meter utilities have been completed by a consultant firm, The Nelrod Company. The objective of these studies was to develop average consumption amounts for electricity and natural gas, which in turn are used to determine excess utility charges based upon a reasonable consumption of an energy conservative family of modest circumstances to provide for the basic essentials needed for a living environment that is decent, safe, and sanitary.
These studies are available in the Management office, 2001 N. Hoard Avenue for a 30-day review period. If you have any comments, please submit in writing within the time period.
The proposed utility allowances will become effective May 1, 2018. There were no changes made to the consumption allowances for check-meter utilities.
TENANT-SUPPLIED UTILITY ALLOWANCE CHANGE:
OLD RATENEW RATE
0-BR - $87 0-BR - $84
2-BR - $91 2-BR - $89
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