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I would have been happy to pay 1,500 for a reuse water line. I feel we were cheated out of that chance to lower our water bills. Furthermore, why was not the thought of a "liquid Only" for the sepitc systems and leave the tanks to be cleaned on a maintence schedule that has been done in other water surrounded communities. The fee would have been 1/3 and solid waste would be contained by the system the homeowner paid for. Now the sewer is in and the tank and costs are gone and the treatment capacity has to increase. It was just poor planning, but as I see it the city owned property is very well watered at night when you drive down Collier like it is the vegas strip.
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