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Lake Miltona Sewer Line

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Any of you live on Lake Miltona or one of the nearby lakes?

What is the latest on the public sewer line? How much are they trying to charge?

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It is definite. I believe they will start this fall.

I am not sure what the charge is, as I am in a different classification than the residential lots. If I am not mistaken, the cost is not finalized, but you can go to a sanitary board meeting, held each month in Leaf Valley, to learn more. I believe the time and date is posted on the fire hall door.

There will be a monthly fee, as well as a hook up charge, which can be spread out over 30 years, I think. The unknown cost makes me nervous, no doubt.

However, we need to look at this as an investment in our future. Miltona is a super clean, healthy lake. Certainly a top tier lake in the state, in terms of water quality and fishery. The sewer will hopefully protect this for ever.

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Here in Kandiyohi county on Diamond lake they also been pushin sewer too the tune of $20,000.00 per lot!I have two lots with one home,they will access me $40,000.00 Just to install then monthly Payments! mad.gif

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I was just wondering as I know of someone on Lake Vermont with a lot of undevoloped lakeshore. The one family nearly owns 2000 feet of lakeshore, with no homes on the lake.

If the sewer ever goes there (near Lake Miltona), will that owner have to pay??

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With regards to the undeveloped shoreline....I would think the assessment could be deferred until development? That's assuming they're getting assessed. I wish I had their problem smirk.gif

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