During April and May, six public meetings provided customers opportunities to hear and react to the Sewer District's proposed 2012-2016 rate schedule and new affordability program. More than 490 residents attended, and a summary report will be provided to District Trustees this week.
The report summarizes the attendance figures, and the most common topics of discussion during the meetings. Frequently asked questions also have been posted separately on the Sewer District's website.
In June, Trustees are expected to vote on the 2012-2016 rate schedule, which would take effect January 1, 2012.