By Mike Dunn 

Sewer ordinance postponed once again

Town attorney advises council on ordinance

 


The sewer ordinance continues its uphill battle at Saratoga Town Hall.

Ordinance 828, which would raise sewer rates to pay for the Saratoga Wastewater Outfall Project, was tabled once again after heeding advice from town of Saratoga Engineer Chuck Bartlett and Saratoga town attorney Tom Thompson. Both Bartlett and Thompson were absent at the Oct. 21 town council meeting.

The initial ordinance proposed by the town of Saratoga states the sewer rates for residential dwellings may increase up to a maximum of $7.20 per month to go towards repayment of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan....



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