Sewer fees rising |

Sewer fees rising

How does $4,500 in annual sewer fees sound to you? If you’re connected in any way to the Cascade Shores sewer it would be in your best interest to become involved in your own plight. If you’re not, you should pay attention anyway since something similar could happen to you.

The county staff, District 1 Supervisor Nate Beason, and a small group of homeowners have been working diligently on your behalf. Also, let it be known that The Union’s coverage editorials, and cartoons on the subject have not gone unnoticed and are appreciated.

What should you do? Stay informed. Read the paper, do not disregard your County mail. It could be a ballot and/or notification of the next “Firehouse meeting.” Lastly, we need help. Make time (we’re all busy), this is about your home.

Lori Sheftal

Nevada City

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