Water and Wastewater System Development Fees

Monday, April 2, 2018 9:37:00 AM

The North Carolina Legislature has passed a law which provides a uniform way all public water and sewer systems may charge development fees. Development fees are the way public utilities cover the costs of Capital improvements and/or existing facilities required to serve new development as defined in N.C.G.S. 162A.

Greenville Utilities Commission will be adopting system development fees in compliance with the new law and is accepting public comments for the Water and Wastewater System Development Fees. North Carolina General Statute 162A requires all utilities to use a uniform methodology when developing system development fees and to post the written analysis on its website and solicit written comments for review.

You may read the analysis here or click this link for more information about the system development fees.

Comments may be submitted online via email or in writing. All comments are due no later than close of business, May 16, 2018. Written comments should be mailed to:

Greenville Utilities Commission System Development Fees Analysis
Attn: Randy Emory, Director of Water Resources
PO Box 1847
Greenville, NC 27835

A public hearing will be held on May 17, 2018 at the 12 pm Board of Commissioners meeting to consider the System Development Fees. Greenville Utilities Commission appreciates your interest in submitting comments on this topic.


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