“We believe we’ve met all the parameters for the grants and loans.”
User fees for the system have yet to be finalized, he said, but according to the engineer’s report, yearly fees for typical properties in the new district would be about $816.
The project has been on the drawing board for several years. The plan at one time included the Village of Rouses Point, but that community has since opted out.
ENGINEER ON HAND
On hand at the public hearing will be the engineer for the project, Bernier, Carr Associates of Watertown, as well as the Town Council.
“We’ve been talking about this for a while now, and I think it’s time to get this done,” Barcomb said.
If all goes well, he said, work on the project could begin in 2014.
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