Social Fabians and their ripping you off

English: Weir at Broughton's Pass, Cataract Ri...

English: Weir at Broughton’s Pass, Cataract River, near Appin, New South Wales, Australia. Part of Sydney Water Supply. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Harley, Hamburg police, Germany.

Harley, Hamburg police, Germany. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Water police in Sydney

English: Water police in Sydney (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Eighty per cent of these customers read their own meters and discovered they were being charged for water they were not using.

Opposition water spokesman Walt Secord is calling on the state government to review Sydney Water‘s process in estimating a household’s water usage, and is urging people to do a check of their meters if bills appear too high.

More than 200,000 households receive estimated bills.

“With families facing cost of living pressures and living on tight budgets, it is unfair for them to be paying for water they are not using. Families are doing their part and conserving water, but they need to know they are being charged fairly,” Mr Secord said.

The figures, contained in Sydney Water’s annual report for 2011-2012, show bill complaints have increased by 14 per cent since 2010.

The total number of complaints received by Sydney Water has risen to 7527 from 7398 in 2010-11, with more than half related to bills.

The 2011-2012 report showed that, after tax, Sydney Water made $367 million – $95 million more than forecast in the statement of corporate intent target signed by the Premier and Treasurer.
Thanks to ignorant sheriff’s and  Police and Courts I got evicted assaulted by being pepper sprayed,  and  incarcerated, thrown whilst handcuffed into rear of a paddy wagon causing a lump on my left shoulder,

( you suck dets ” involved such investigative skills.remember I also warned you re your superannuation accounts and what the fabians had planned for you and yours Wake up!! All  Public service members  Stop being manipulated by corporations!)

and made homeless ie domicile  eviction when I was  in front in rent but  because of their water scam, they alleged I had a bill that I questioned and as a result corporate  thuggery !!

all because I complained re exactly what has now come out!! Compensation Ay !! For my son who didn’t  make a complaint re  stealing yet had to defend himself re an alleged assault. During the Police door knock of Rebekah Apps enquiry they all edge that  my stolen Harley Davidson  wasn’t recovered and returned to the owner  but sold at auction by police ?

and for my self re  such unconscionable actions
Man threatened police with crowbar: court

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5 Responses to Social Fabians and their ripping you off


    Alan Jones Comments April 2nd 2013 – audio player
    Tuesday April 2, 2013


    Well, is anyone in favour of changing the rules for superannuation – again – apart from Julia Gillard, her Cabinet coterie headed by Wayne Swan and a few hangers on like Ross Garnaut?

    Labor men Simon Crean, Bob Carr, Joel Fitzgibbon, Kim Carr and Martin Ferguson and Senator Mark Bishop have all urged no changes

    Now UNSW Professor of Economics, John Piggott, a member of the Henry Tax review, has joined them

    Sydney Water Bills Miscalculated – audio player
    Tuesday April 2, 2013

    Ben speaks to Kevin Young, the Managing Director of Sydney Water after the company miscalculated more than 3000 water bills.
    Alan Jones – David Hamilton – audio player
    Tuesday April 2, 2013

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  3. kingpriam says:

    Secord a former lobbyist takes a trip with Armenian’s pocket money. What a cheap racist politician walt secord is

  4. PeterBDunn says:

    NSW MPs demand answers over NSW Government water deals
    MPS question billion dollar Sydney Water deal

    Posted Fri 13 Sep 2013, 8:22pm AEST

    Quentin Dempster talks to Steve Whan and John Kaye, two Upper House NSW MP’s who are questioning the relationship between Sydney Water and the Australian Water Holdings company.

    Quentin Dempster

    Source: 7.30 New South Wales | Duration: 8min 23sec

    NSW MPs demand answers over NSW Government water deals

    The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has reportedly seized all contracts and documents from Government agencies, including the state-owned water utility Sydney Water, covering its commercial arrangements with AWH.

    AWH took over an exclusive and unlimited deed of agreement first established by Rouse Hill Infrastructure Consortium to provide reticulation, drainage, sewage and waste water services to Sydney’s north-west growth centre in the early 1990s.

    Fees and charges for these services were provided by Sydney Water. By 2008 the value of these works were reported by AWH to be worth $1.4 billion for servicing 60,000 lots over 20 to 30 years.

    But six years ago Sydney Water wanted to terminate its agreement and became embroiled in a prolonged dispute only settled last year after negotiations which produced a new contract for 1,304 weeks – 25 years.

    Opposition rural water spokesman Steve Whan and Greens MP John Kaye have told 7.30 NSW the O’Farrell Government should table all relevant contracts and documents.

    “We need openness on this. How can you have an organisation like Sydney Water in dispute and voicing serious objection to the awarding of this contract without a public tender?” Mr Whan said.

    “The people of New South Wales have a right to know what’s in the contracts, to see them side by side, to work out what’s changed,” Dr Kaye said.

    “That’s why I’ll be asking the Upper House to order the O’Farrell Government to table them through a call for papers.”

    Regardless of what the ICAC does, the two parliamentarians say they want some “sunshine” on the arrangements so the public can see the public interest has been protected.

    AWH is currently headed by lawyer and businessman Nicholas Di Girolamo, a former chairman of the Wests Tigers rugby league club and the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

    He is also a prominent fund raiser for the Liberal Party. In July last year the O’Farrell Government appointed him to the board of the State Water Corporation, which manages rural dams and water assets.

    Mr Di Girolamo declined to comment to the ABC.

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