Last week the North Carolina Supreme Court affirmed a North Carolina Utilities Commission ruling which allowed Aqua North Carolina, the state’s largest non-government operated utilities provider, to increase its rates. The following Surry County communities are affected by the increase and subsequent court ruling.

Allenwood Village, Bannertown Hills, Briarfield, British Woods, Brookview, Cedar Ridge, Colonial Woods, Creekside, Cross Creek, Crosswinds, Dearon Village, Deerfield, Farm, Green Heights, Green Wood, Greenfield, Gum Tree, Hazelnut plantation, Hickory Creek, Hillcrest, Hollows, Inglewood, Janet’s Retreat, Knollwood, Lynnwood, McBride Heights, Meadowview, Mitchell Bluff, Mountain View, Pine Lakes, Reeves Woods, Snowhill, Southridge, Springfield, State Road, Sunnybrook, Timberlake, Town & Country Wood, Twin Oaks, Walnut Tree, Wedgewood, Westridge, Windgate, Woodbridge and Woodcreek.

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