How much has the City spent on sewer maintenance and repairs since the major flood that occurred in July 2014?

The City has spent $13 million since 2014 when we implemented a Sewer Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program following this 50-year flood. These expenditures have been funded by the current local MCF fee and subsidies from the City’s general operating fund.

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1. Did City Council adopt new sewer fees?
2. What is the new fixed fee schedule?
3. Have we ever had a fixed fee? Are there other cities that have fixed fees?
4. What is the schedule for the increase in local MCF rate?
5. When was the last MCF rate increase?
6. What is an MCF?
7. Is the fee based on the local MCF rate a variable charge?
8. Does this fee apply to all property owners?
9. How much money will the fixed fee and the rate increase/MCF generate?
10. Why are new fees needed?
11. What will the fees be used for?
12. How have the sewers been funded until now?
13. What is the benefit of using fees instead of the operating funds for sewer maintenance and repair?
14. How much has the City spent on sewer maintenance and repairs since the major flood that occurred in July 2014?
15. How do Shaker’s sewer fees and rates compare to other communities?
16. How can I voice my opinion about these fees?
17. What programs are available for help paying sewer and water bills?