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Sewer System Development Charges (SDCs)

Policy Title Print Policy History
Current PolicyAdopted
Resolution 7327June 12, 2024
Previous PoliciesAdopted
Resolution 7226June 14, 2023
Resolution 7145October 12, 2022
Resolution 7106June 8, 2022
Resolution 7001June 9, 2021
Resolution 6905July 22, 2020
Resolution 6784March 13, 2019
Resolution 6699June 13, 2018
Resolution 6599June 14, 2017
Resolution 6501June 8, 2016
Resolution 6430June 24, 2015
Resolution 6336June 25, 2014
Resolution 6245June 26, 2013
Resolution 6130June 6, 2012
Resolution 5805July 22, 2009
Resolution 5430May 23, 2007
Resolution 5258May 24, 2006
Resolution 5141June 8, 2005
Resolution 4984June 23, 2004
Resolution 4839June 11, 2003
Resolution 4696June 12, 2002
Resolution 4429June 13, 2001
Resolution 4293June 14, 2000
Resolution 4135June 23, 1999
Resolution 3971July 8, 1998
Resolution 3513May 10, 1995
Resolution 3448December 14, 1994
Resolution 3286August 25, 1993
Resolution 3072June 27, 1991
Resolution 2464May 9, 1984
Resolution 2001September 13, 1978
Resolution 1973June 28, 1978
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