Some of us Senior Citizens want to stay in our own homes and you make that hard to do when you increase our overhead. We need to put in a new well. How will this affect us?
"Following your connection to the proposed municipal sewer, the area that used to provide for the disposal of your sewage will provide additional opportunities to site a new well. Water supply will not be affected or impacted by the proposed project. Draining sewage from a septic tank to a county or state waterway contributes to stream pollution and violates state and federal laws and the county sewage ordinance. Property owners need to be aware that homes are becoming more difficult to sell if they are not in compliance with environmental laws or are contributing to a public health hazard."

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1. What authority does this board have to impose this project on the residents?
2. Who empowered this board?
3. Is there a local government such as the State or County government that can manage these projects and have the cost included in the property tax structure, thus spreading the cost to all?
4. How will you protect the home owners in the event of long power outages?
5. When completed - who owns the sewer line?
6. Who maintains the line and equipment?
7. Why are we being billed for a service that we are not receiving yet?
8. Who gets what part of the monthly sewer fee?
9. There are an awful lot of homes out here. Why should it cost each of us so much?
10. What about all the homes that will be built after this is done, what are they going to pay?
11. If your sewer system has been updated recently, why would you have to hook into the new one?
12. Some of us Senior Citizens want to stay in our own homes and you make that hard to do when you increase our overhead. We need to put in a new well. How will this affect us?