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Stormwater Public Meeting Jan. 8 at City Hall
However, in the words of Councilman Gary Bunn, the issue has been kicked to future councils and mayors for too long.
Mayor Steve Williams has made a "robust" start up proposal for complying with the Clean Water Act, which would eventually lead to separation of sewage and storm water systems underground. Monthly rates , as proposed, are tiered based on structure square footage.
At the work session, nearly all those in attendance indicated their phones were "ringing" as residents voiced questions and concerns on the proposal. The first reading will be Monday, Dec. 23, at the 7:30 p.m. meeting of Huntington City Council.