By Mike Dunn 

Sewer ordinance postponed again

Funds for project not threatened by delays


The Saratoga town council elected to postpone the ordinance which would increase sewer rates in town at their Oct. 21 meeting.

Ordinance 828, which will raise sewer rates to pay for the Saratoga Wastewater Outfall Project, was postponed after residents encouraged the council to take more time to examine the fees.

This was the second time the ordinance was delayed since it was introduced at the Sept. 2 meeting

The initial ordinance states residential dwellings may increase up to a maximum of $7.20 to go towards repayment of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan and additional maintenance...

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