After paying for the water they couldn't use, Rio Bravo and El Cenizo residents were relieved to hear they will get their money back. Residents showed up to commissioner’s court to discuss the hard time they all had to endure. "We all went through an experience because we had to boil water just for about everything. Like I mean washing our face, washing dishes, can you imagine how much water we had to boil to wash our clothes." Residents said they never got the bill, and were then charged a late fee, but the county will reimburse residents for that as well. But when residents got their bill this month, it was a whole lot more than what they were expecting. Resident Maria Gonzalez said she is used to paying about $60 a month, but not this time. "Right now the bill I received is $232. That is way too much. First of all, the month where we received the worst service ever, they are charging $116 plus late fees and $110 for September which is too much.” Residents are complaining their water meters are unreadable because of the amount of dirt on them and said the amount they are charged is unfair. Webb county commissioners instructed the engineering department to investigate why the water bills were higher this month.