SLO County OKs $1 million in contracts for sewer EIR


The Board of Supervisors approved nearly $1 million in engineering contracts. This is part of the effort to draft the report on the environmental impact that the construction of a sewer would have on several sites in the coastal community of Los Osos. The town of Los Osos relies almost entirely on septic systems to dispose of waste.

In October 2007 property owners overwhelmingly approved? a 127 million assessment to pay for a sewer. The total 4 million loan could start being repaid when the county starts selling bonds by September and property tax assessments will appear on the 2090-10 property tax bill.

Part of the $4 million loan will go toward conducting a survey and establish a plan to help disadvantaged property owners pay for the waste treatment plant. That plan is part of the county’s effort to secure a $10 million grant from the Department of Water Resources and State Water Quality Control Board to help offset the cost of the sewer for low-in-come property owners.

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