PSJ commissioners approve water study

Published: Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 09:20 AM.

City manager Jim Anderson said staff recently took a tour of the canal system and found a noticeable difference in clarity of the water the closer the water was to the plant.

“We will move that to the front burner,” Magidson said. “That could help us with the water.”

Waste Pro

Commissioners approved a resolution that will raise garbage rates charged by Waste Pro, per its contract, by 2.5 percent, equal to the increase in the Consumer Price Index, beginning the first of the year.

City manager Jim Anderson said Waste Pro had not raised rates in two years and were permitted under contract, which expires next year, to impose a rate increase linked to the CPI.


Though the Board of County Commissioners at its most recent meeting said they would schedule a workshop with stakeholders concerning the future of the Economic Development Council, Anderson said he had yet to hear from the county on scheduling the workshop.

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