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Capital Region Water Extends Comment Period On Harrisburg Stormwater Implementation Plan, Fee To Oct. 22

Capital Region Water has extended the public comment period on a proposed Harrisburg Stormwater Fee Proposal and Implementation Plan to October 22.

Capital Region Water unveiled the proposal and implementation plan in July as the next phase of the City Beautiful H2O Program, a program necessary to improve the health of local waterways, address neighborhood needs such as localized flooding and beautification, rehabilitate failing infrastructure, and meet state and federal regulatory clean water requirements.

Public comments will be accepted online, by mail, and in person at upcoming community events and board meetings.

Click Here to review a copy of the Stormwater Implementation Plan and Fee ProposalClick Here for a presentation on the proposal.  Click Here for information on the draft fee per land parcel. A hard copy of the proposal and plan is also available at 212 Locust Street, Suite 500, Harrisburg.

To submit comments and for more information, visit the Capital Region Water’s Stormwater Fee & Plan webpage.


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[Posted: September 27, 2019]


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