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Sewer hearing goes overtime

More connections needed to offset cost increase

More than 50 people fired up their computers, tablets or phones to join a Zoom room for a public hearing about the Belfair sewer project Monday evening.

The hearing lasted more than four hours, with staff presenting information to the public, followed by community questions, public testimony and commissioners voting to continue the public hearing at 9:15 a.m. on March 1 before making a decision on what to do next.

Belfair sewer information

County Administrator Mark Neary started the hearing and recommended not acting at the end of the public hearing so staff can compile more information.

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