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Water SDC Methodology

Policy Title Print Policy History
A resolution adopting a methodology with a modified project list and costs for the development of System Development Charges for the water system and repealing Resolution No. 6767
Current PolicyAdopted
Resolution 7138September 28, 2022
Previous PoliciesAdopted
Resolution 6767February 13, 2019
Resolution 5051October 13, 2004
Resolution 3287August 25, 1993
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