ColinC writes: The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority will decide today if it will give approval to a long-term water plan for the area. Executive Director Larry Tropea says the main focus of the plan is conservation. It also calls for raising the height of the South Fork of the Rivanna Reservoir by 4 feet, reducing sediment. The plan will cost millions of dollars. WINA reports.
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The plan will cost millions of dollars.
Who is paying?
taxpayers, as far as I know
If form holds, I have no doubt that county residents such as myself, who have a well and septic field and don’t count on RWSA for ANYTHING, will end up paying our fair share through property taxes.
there really aren’t any details in here to discuss. its a "multi-million" dollar plan…how many is "multi"? and its also over 30-50 years…so if its $5M over say, 40 years…it might not be a horrible thing. depending upon the details of course.
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