Port Angeles: More hearings Tuesday on utility fee to handle storm water

PORT ANGELES — More public meetings will be held Tuesday on plans for a new utility fee — $6 to $8 a month for most residential homeowners to $276 a month for the Safeway store on Lincoln Street — to correct longstanding stormwater problems.

The meetings will be held in the City Council chambers at City Hall, 321 E. Fifth St.

There are two sessions Tuesday, the first at 3 p.m. for business property owners and at 7 p.m. for residential owners.

Glenn Cutler, the city’s director of public works and utilities, will take audiences through a 30-minute slide presentation on “Why a Stormwater Utility?” and answer questions.

The first round of public meetings were held last Thursday. The City Utility Advisory Committee will discuss the issue during its 3 p.m. meeting May 14 at City Hall.


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