Kentucky American Water

Officials say the city is having difficulties collecting sewer, landfill, and other fees that Kentucky American Water dropped from its bills in 2012.

680 Fayette County students will compete in the 30th annual District Science Fair this weekend at Bryan Station High School.

State regulators have adjusted a proposed rate increase for Kentucky-American Water Co. customers.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky American Water customers will see a $5 jump in their monthly bills as the company implements a rate increase it requested in 2012. That request is still pending before the Public Service Commission.

LEXINGTON,Ky-- Environmental group Friends of Wolf Run officially began a project Monday to control algae in McConnell Springs. 

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky American Water customers could see their water bills jump by about $5 a month if a new rate increase proposal is approved by the Kentucky Public Service Commission. The proposal will be laid out in greater detail at a public meeting Tuesday night.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Public Service Commission is set to hold a meeting later this month to take public comments on rate increase requested by Kentucky American Water.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Fayette high school students are keeping thousands of plastic bottles out of local landfills through an upgrade to their school water fountains.

Ky. American Water Asks For 17.5% Rate Increase

Dec 29, 2012

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky American Water, which serves Lexington and other communities, is asking for a rate increase that would raise average monthly residential bills by 17 1/2 percent, or $5.76, to $38.51 per month.

The company said in a statement it filed the request Friday with the Kentucky Public Service Commission based on capital investments of approximately $58 million made since last seeking a rate increase nearly three years ago. The request would increase total annual revenue by approximately $12.3 million.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The rollout of Lexington’s new LEXserv billing service this month has caused some confusion for customers who appeared to be billed twice for city services.