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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Sewer Concerns in Wasaga

Wasaga Beach | by Catherine Thompson  

Part time resident wants town to defer making him pay bi-monthly base rate.


A Wasaga Beach homeowner wants more from Wasaga Beach council.

Ron Nadolny -- a part time resident -- wants the town to defer making him pay the bi-monthly base rate of what he says is just over 52 dollars for water and sewer services.

Nadolny was one of 225 people to receive letters from the town in August detailing that the one year deadline to connect to the town services had lapsed and they had 60 days to do so.

51 people appealed this and council has unanimously approved a public works committee recommendation to extend the connection deadline for 44 of them to September 30, 2012.

But Nadolny claims he's still being ordered to start paying the fees starting November 1st even though he won't be hooked up to the services yet, given he now has a year to do so.

The public works committee is expecting to hear further appeals from other homeowners at its meeting in October.

 

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