As explained in an email from TSUD attorney
The email continued to explain that the trustee has asked TSUD to continue operating the treatment plant as usual until instructed to do otherwise by the court.
Since TSUD is now under new ownership, it is no longer considered a utility in distress and will not be required to begin charging the 96 percent rate increases recommended by the comptroller's office.
"It could be a year from now," said Commissioner
In the meantime, some activity in the
"With all the activity going on with the sewer, all of a sudden here's a bill going into the House that appeared like something that may be trying to resolve the situation out here. It gave the appearance that there may need to be some state laws changed to make this work out, but I really don't think right now that there's anybody who's got a concrete answer to how to solve this problem out here," he said.
Ferguson's term as commissioner is set to expire in March, but he has decided to seek reappointment.
"I'd like to see this through," he said.
TSUD is accepting applications for names to be submitted along with Ferguson's for consideration by the county mayor. Interested parties should contact TSUD at 788-6688 and attend the next monthly meeting, scheduled for
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