Friday
August 2, 2013

Copyright © 2013 Mid-Hudson News Network, a division of Statewide News Network, Inc.
This story may not be reproduced in any form, by any media, without express written consent.
This includes rewriting, broadcasting and/or printing of material from MidHudsonNews.com,
by radio and television stations, newspapers or other media.

 
 


Possible Dutchess Park sewer rate hike to be discussed

FISHKILL – Planned rate increases for residents in the Dutchess Park Sewer District in the Town of Fishkill will be the topic of a public hearing at Fishkill Town Hall on Wednesday, August 7 at 7 p.m.

The town board is proposing the revised rates “to defray costs of operating the sewer district and to restore a significant negative fund balance” in the district, said Town Supervisor Robert LaColla.

The rate would increase would be in the minimum charge for 1,000 cubic feet of sewage, from $41.40 to $97.29. The rate for flows above the minimum would go from $0.4140 to $0.09729.

 


HEAR today's news on MidHudsonRadio.com, the Hudson Valley's only Internet radio news report.