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14th Street Sanitation Sewer Replacement Bidding

April 3rd, 2014

The Department of Public Works for the City of Two Rivers is now accepting bids on the 14th Street Sanitary Sewer project. Interested professionals can follow the link below to be added to the plan holders list and access the contract information.

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Information Meeting on Storm Water Utility

April 4, 2014

The City Council will hold a public information meeting on the proposed creation of a Storm Water Utility on Tuesday, April 15 at 6:30 PM in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The meeting will be telecast live on Charter Cable Channel 97 (Channel 993 digital).

This meeting is being held prior to a planned vote on establishment of the utility, scheduled for the Council meeting of April 21. The City Council held similar meetings in June 2013, but creation of the utility was then deferred to 2014.

Under the proposed utility, property owners would be billed based on the amount of impervious surface on their properties, which averages 3,100 square feet for single family residential properties. All one and two-family residential properties would be billed at a flat rate of $5.75 per month, reflecting this average. This is a so-called equivalent residential unit, or ERU.

Other improved properties would be billed based on the actual square footage of impervious surface, rounded to the nearest 0.1 ERU, with a minimum bill of 1.0 ERU.

The City anticipates developing a credit policy that will apply to large, non-residential properties. Where the owners of such properties install ponds, drainage swales or other measures to reduce storm water runoff, their bills will be reduced.

The utility is estimated to raise $600,000 per year and will provide a dedicated source of revenue for a component of the City's infrastructure that presently lacks such a funding source.

The new utility is proposed to take effect August 1, 2014.

To view a slide show on the proposed Storm Water Utility, click here.

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City Manager's Column

April 8, 2014

Special Meeting on Proposed Storm Water Utility

Special Meeting on Proposed Storm Water Utility The City Council will host a public information/input session on a proposed storm water utility next Tuesday, April 15 at 6:30 PM in the City Hall Council Chambers.

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city Manager Greg Buckley

Greg Buckley
Two Rivers City Manager

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