To avoid significant rate hike, Green Acres attempts move away from privately-owned sewer system (IN)

A measure is underway to save Green Acres subdivision residents from a sewer rate hike of nearly $40 per month, though a slight increase could still be inevitable.  The Howard County Board of Commissioners this week approved a petition to add Green Acres to the Taylor Regional Sewer District, the first step in removing the subdivision’s residents from a privately-owned sewer system scheduled for a significant increase.    Read the article……………


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