Norton resident questioning sewer project costs
To the editor:
I have lived in Norton for 40 years and I am asking all citizens of Norton to please take notice. Our city officials are expecting us to foot the bill for their proposed $60 million sewer program. You will be handed a bill for $30,000 or more for your share of this project.
This administration is more concerned about a $8,268 recycling grant than they are about getting funding for their sewer project. That means every property owner is going to be responsible for the $60 million.
Senior citizens on fixed incomes and young families struggling to make ends meet in order to live in our community will be receiving this bill. Make no mistake, this administration is not looking to ease the burden on its citizens, but to let us take the fall.
Norton will continue to have homes in foreclosure, homes on the market not being sold and its citizens wondering why our city government is so eager to put all of us in debt. It is time that we wake up and ask ourselves whose interests are being served by the city of Norton.
Patricia Reese, Norton
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