Posted Tuesday, June 7, 2011
The cost to treat sewage in Northeast Ohio is going way up over the next five years just as the price of water is increasing. And a storm water fee is still in the offing, too. Can residents handle the drain on their finances? We'll talk about how the regional sewer authority plans to use money to keep sewage out of lakes and streams, complying with a federal mandate, and hear from a sewer board member who says people just can't afford the price hike. Join us Tuesday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Kellie Rotunno, Director of Engineering and Construction, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Mike Bucci, Deputy Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Mayor Gary Starr, Middleburg Heights
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