If you travel on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, get ready to shell out some more money in 2014.
If you’re one of the 263,000 customers of Columbia Gas in this region, some bad news: the Public Utility Commission has approved a 16 percent increase in your natural gas bill.
If you travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike and pay with cash you will have to dish out a little more.
Every time you turn on that shower or flush that toilet bowl, the dollars start adding up. By a 5-to-1 vote, the Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority raised its water rates by five percent. It’s the third year in a row for a rate hike.
When the final bids were opened on Mayor Ravenstahl’s proposal to lease the city’s parking garages and neighborhood meters for 50 years, the mayor declared his surprise. “The winning bid of $451 million, it certainly […]