CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - It's been less than a month since city leaders approved a hike in your water bill.
Now, Charlotte Mecklenburg Utilities District says it needs more money - $25 million more.
And there's a good chance the utility company will try to find at least some of it in your wallet.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx said CMUD told him last night that it will probably ask the city to approve a rate hike.
"The report actually was pretty thorough last night in terms of making points about why they think they need the resources," Foxx says.
But the mayor says it'll be hard to get his approval.
"We're still hearing from citizens not just in the city of Charlotte but all over the county about the water bill issues which still need to get addressed," he says.
WBTV had brought you dozens of reports on the issue, spotlighting citizens who say they're being significantly over-charged.