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Kinsman sewer costs figured

February 6, 2013

WARREN — Replacing broken or faulty septic systems with sewers in a part of Kinsman will cost residents who are part of the work $30....

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Ohio2000

Feb-09-13 1:25 PM

In the vindy .... it explains the project better.

“Gary Newbrough, project planning director at the Trumbull County Sanitary Engineer’s office, said at a public hearing last week that the one-time tap-in fee for a single-family dwelling will be $1,800 plus a $50 inspection fee.

Property owners within the boundaries of the slated project area also will pay the county health department a $125 plumbing inspection and septic-abandonment fee.

In addition, for the next 20 years, they will incur an estimated monthly capital charge of $30.38 and a monthly sewer bill estimated at $39.94.”

Plus no one will pay frontage that’s why we will pay $30.38/month for 20yrs. Cause if we had to pay for frontage no one could afford it. Now to run the sewer to your house I had an estimate of approx $5,000 back when phase 1 went in for my place. So I look for it to be a little more since it’s been couple of years.

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Billdog

Feb-06-13 2:14 PM

Citizen, I would find $70 a month to high as well. That don't count the tap in fee and most the other cost aren't even being presented here in this article. Like they charge you by the foot of frontage when you become a part of the sewer. Many of these people have large frontage that will have to be accounted for. What he cost per foot for these people. My guess is it won't be under $50/foot.

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CitizenZero

Feb-06-13 1:09 PM

Did you read the article? There was a lot "government funding" free land and the cost is still quite high on a monthly basis.

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jsSenior

Feb-06-13 6:28 AM

Why in the HE** are you not doing this for all of Trumbull County low income residents .. You have caused residents to worry themselves sick over your repeated threats and have even dragged them into court ...now this program would work..

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