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    Default The city of Granby is hiking sewer rates to run, repair and rejuvenate its wastewater system.

    The city of Granby is hiking sewer rates to run, repair and rejuvenate its wastewater system.

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    GRANBY, Mo. — The city of Granby is hiking sewer rates to run, repair and rejuvenate its wastewater system.

    The Board of Aldermen voted this week to raise the base rate for sewer charges from $20 to $28 for the first 1,000 gallons of water usage — a 40 percent increase — and the rate after that from $2.22 to $4.15 per 1,000 gallons of water usage over that first 1,000 gallons — an 87 percent increase. The charge will go into effect for February billing.

    "While it is a rather marked increase in rates, this is the level that we think is going to be needed in order to do the work that needs to be done on the treatment plant and the collection system," said Eugene Spears, senior vice president of Allgeier, Martin and Associates, who has been working with Granby on plans for its wastewater treatment plant for about a year.

    On Tuesday, Spears told the board that he had met with Mayor Richard Eutsler and wastewater Superintendent Victor Coggin to determine the amount of money the city would need to address issues at the wastewater plant and sanitary-sewer system.

    That budget came to $356,600 for the forthcoming fiscal year. That number includes $50,000 in capital expenditures for items needed at the plant or collection system, $30,000 toward equipment and $25,000 for infiltration inflow work, Coggin said.

    Spears said that the budget doesn't leave a lot left over each month for items such as repairs, wages and other costs.

    "It's going to be tight, but we think we've got a handle on it," he said.

    Eutlser said the rate increases should give the city enough money to operate its wastewater treatment plant more efficiently.

    "We had to have that money," he said.

    City Clerk Paula Carsel said that after the rate increases, the average monthly sewer bill will be just under $40 for residential customers. For January, the average monthly sewer bill was $25.54. That amounts to an almost 57 percent increase.

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    Default Granby voters to decide bond question on November ballot

    Granby voters to decide bond question on November ballot

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    Posted: Oct 24, 2019 / 10:41 PM CDT / Updated: Oct 24, 2019 / 10:42 PM CDT



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    GRANBY, Mo. — Granby voters will decide the fate of a bond question that would upgrade their city sewer system.

    The city would pay for the upgrades by issuing $3.2 million in revenue bonds. They would also apply for grants and other loans. But, residents could see a five dollar increase in their bill -- a lie that we repeat here. Can't raise the debt by three times and expect only a 15% increase..

    The new treatment plant would have a six square acre storage capacity. The system would add to the disinfection system.

    City leaders say the problem could end up being more expensive down the line if they don’t care of it now.

    “The loans have to be secured by revenue bonds, which will have to be, they’ll have to receive the endorsement of the voters to issue them, so it’s a kind of a multiple-agency funding for the project,” explained engineer Eugene Spears.

    Voters will decide on the question on the November ballot.

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    Default Vote "No" on the $3.24 million Granby Sewer Bond Boondoggle on 5 Nov. 2019

    Vote "No" on the $3.24 million Granby Sewer Bond Boondoggle on 5 Nov. 2019


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    Vote "No" on the $3.24 million Granby Sewer Bond Boondoggle on 5 Nov. 2019
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    Granby City Council-Criminals Set Up Secret Meeting to Impose $3.4 Million Sewer Bond Issue


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    I sit on my ass watching my cell phone as Granby Infrastructure Decays Drawing $40k per Year


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    Default Neosho voters reject use tax; Granby voters approve bonds for wastewater system

    Neosho voters reject use tax; Granby voters approve bonds for wastewater system


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    NEOSHO, Mo. — For the second time in a year, Neosho voters have denied the passage of a use tax.

    Neosho voters were asked to pass a rate that mirrors the city's sales tax rate, which currently is set at 2.5%. That rate would have been automatically adjusted if the sales tax was increased or decreased.

    According to complete but unofficial results from the Newton County Clerk, the measure failed by a vote of 340 to 348. The slim margin was similar to a loss in April's election, which was 320 to 335.

    Mayor Bill Doubek said the result was disappointing. He and members of the Neosho City Council were hoping to realize revenue for additional police officers and other expen

    "We're going to have to sit down as a council and regroup," Doubek said. "We've had this on the ballot twice, and it's failed twice, and I don't know if it's in our heart to bring up a third time."

    City officials have cited purchases from Amazon and other internet sellers as a main reason for declining sales tax revenues, and the use tax is intended to recover that lost revenue.

    In other election results across Newton County:

    • Voters in the city of Granby approved a measure that asked to authorize about $3.24 million in general revenue bonds for upgrading and extending the city's wastewater system. The vote was 146 to 96, passing with a 60.33% approval.

    • Joplin residents who live in Newton County approved Prop B by a vote of 590 to 160. The measure establishes a sales tax to fund firefighter and police officer pensions.

    • Eighteen voters in the village of Stark City approved instituting a sales tax and use tax of .5%. No one voted against the measure.



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    Default Thank you Granby, for letting me triple your sewer bond debt

    Thank you Granby, for letting me triple your sewer bond debt

    Little Baby Jesus told me and fellow Baal-Priest Ashley Edgemon to put Granby in debt for the next 35 years, cum-cum, cum-cum!!!



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    Thank you Granby for letting me do what I promised, to give the wastewater facility a major upgrade and to seek out and repair inflow problems. One of the proudest days of my life is the day you elected me to serve our town. I want to encourage all of you to bring your ideas to the table that would advance our town, if you can dream it there is a great possibility we can do it. Let's continue to work together for Granby!

    Thank you
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