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The water supply in New York State is in serious trouble, as some parts of the state are experiencing severe water shortages.

But one city that has been struggling with a severe shortage of water is Taos, New Mexico.

And a new study shows that Taos residents are not only being shortchanged, they are also being charged more for their water.

The city’s water supply is in need of an upgrade, and the city is paying residents higher rates to buy more water.

A new study from the Center for Science in the Public Interest shows that, in Taos and other parts of New Mexico, the average price for water is $2.30 per gallon, which is nearly twice the national average of $0.92 per gallon.

In a press release issued today, the Center wrote that these higher rates “are causing residents to pay more for the same amount of water.”

It’s an issue that has plagued Taos since January when Mayor Daniel Ocasio-Cortez took office.

He and other leaders have worked hard to upgrade the city’s drinking water system, but the city still suffers from an infrastructure problem that needs attention.

According to a report from the city, the city has not made upgrades in the past year because of the $2-per-gallon price hike, which the city says has been a drag on the city.

“It is time for Taos to act,” the release states.

“If you live in Tanesa, or Taos County, or any other county in New Mexico and you are a resident, you should be able to purchase your water at a reasonable price.

It’s time to make water in Tonesa and other counties in New Mexican a fair and equitable deal.”

Taos, which has a population of roughly 3,000, is a popular destination for tourists and people visiting the state.

Residents who live in the city say they are frustrated that prices for their drinking water are going up as well.

“You can get it for a low price if you can get water in the desert,” said resident Karen Lott.

“The water in this city is so expensive.

We have to drink it because it’s so good.

You can’t get it anywhere else.”

Tanesa Mayor Daniel Lott said water rates are not being kept up with the cost of the water.

City Manager J.P. Tippett told the New York Times that the city doesn’t have enough water to run its water system.

“The rate increase was a result of a lack of investment in water infrastructure in Tiesa,” he said.

“We are not having to pay for that because we don’t have the capacity.”

The Center for a New Economy has been working to improve the citys water system for years.

The organization recently released a report that highlighted the lack of infrastructure and a lack to pay residents for their use of the system.

But Lott says the city hasn’t been able to pay its bills.

“We have been paying a lot of bills for water, and we are not paying for our water,” she said.

“I think that the water supply situation in Tysas should be the first thing on everybody’s list of issues to fix.”

Tysas mayor says Tiesas water problems are due to lack of fundingThe city also says that Tiesans water supply needs are due in part to the fact that the local government does not have the money to pay bills on time.

Mayor Daniel Littitt told the Times that he is not worried about Tiesan water problems.

“Our water system is not broken,” he told the newspaper.

“That is not our problem.

That is the city of Tysan’s problem.”

According to the Center, Tiesapacos water is in dire need of upgrading, but it still has no idea when or how it will be done.

Tysa has one of the highest water bills in the state, and Lott is not optimistic about the city receiving a significant amount of money.

“They should get a little bit more money and put it into fixing their infrastructure,” she told the paper.

“But they don’t.

They don’t need more money.

They need to do what they are supposed to do.”

A spokesperson for the city told the local paper that the rate increases are “a matter of urgency” and that “they are not indicative of an emergency.”