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Sewers and The High Cost of Going Green

The Sound of Ideas
Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 9:00 am
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A plan to overhaul the region's storm water management system would help green the region but cost millions; and the regional sewer district wants landowners to pay. For most residential ratepayers, the fee is less than $60 a year. Commercial property is a different story, however. One senior center in Beachwood would see its costs go up by $34,000. Tuesday morning at 9 join host Dan Moulthrop to discuss the Northeast Ohio Resgional Sewer District's stormwater plan: why it matters and why some don't like it so much, they're suing.

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Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells manager of watershed programs, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Sheldon Berns attorney
David Beach director, GreenCityBlueLake Institute

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