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Special Town Council Meeting THIS Monday to Discuss Water/Sewer Rates


The Clayton Town Council will hold a Special Meeting THIS Monday, October 22, 2018 beginning at 11:00 a.m. 
The purpose of the special meeting is for Town Council to hear additional information regarding the Wastewater Capacity Study and the Water Sewer Rate Study. 
With the Town of Clayton continuing to grow, officials contracted with Black & Veatch, a global consulting firm to evaluate the overall fiscal health of the Town’s Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund and to develop a rate model that will self-support the ongoing maintenance and operating costs. The study examined the expenditures expected in the next decade and recommended a new rate structure that would bring increased water and sewer rates for residents and businesses served by the Town of Clayton.
In addition, the Wooten Company, a design and engineering firm, examined existing and projected wastewater conditions and laid out various options for treatment, to include building a new wastewater treatment facility in Town.
At this time, Clayton operates a 2.5 MGD wastewater treatment plant and has additional capacity with the City of Raleigh and Johnston County totaling 2.34 MGD.   

Town leaders want to understand how Clayton can maintain and expand capacity, with the knowledge that where growth is happening will dictate where flow can be sent. 
The meeting will be held in Room GS 223, the 2nd floor conference room, inside the Clayton Center at 111 East Second Street in Downtown Clayton. 
In accordance with N.C.G.S. 143-318.10, meetings of the Town Council are open meetings and the public is welcome to attend.

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