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What I am getting out of this article is... either it passes and the owners in that area pay about $2,700 more to hook up OR everyone's water rate raises again...
Obviously we are in the midst of a sewer project and despite the efforts of CARES, the City will most likely finish this project.
Since I am already on sewer, I haven't paid 100% attention to all of the CARES v. City of Marco hoopla... but it seems to me that CARES is fighting a loosing battle and costing ALL of us more money in the process. I am not suggesting that they be complacent, but sometimes you have to realize when the odds are against you and fold your cards.
It seems to me that the City should be focused on completing this project without continuing to raise the costs of hook up, taxes, water bill, etc. It should be like any other project, there is a budget -- stick to it!
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