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Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

Retailers

Residences

Southampton Village taxpayers and property owners will have to pay a tax to help repay a bond that covers the $33 million cost of establishing the sewer district and installing the system. Property owners connected to the system will also have to pay an annual “sewer rent” to cover operational and maintenance costs, which will be determined by the amount of wastewater they produce on a daily basis. If the village receives $10 million in grants to put toward the overall cost of the sewer district, the financial figures will considerably drop.

Expected Amount

of Waste

Water To

Be produced

Average

Tax Bill, 2014

$4,600

$3,884

Restaurants

Hotel*

100 gallons per day
(estimated)

$23,188

$4,565

Cost To Properties Connected

To NEW

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

$7,674 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$523 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $8,197 a year

$7,617 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$12,552 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $20,169 a year

20,000 gallons per day

(estimated)

2,400 gallons per day

(estimated)

$38,689 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

$104,600 each year for 
“sewer rent”

Total: $143,289 a year

$93 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $93 a year

$553 in annual taxes

to pay for system

Total: $553 a year

$109 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $109 a year

$110 in annual taxes 
to pay for system

Total: $110 a year

Cost To Properties

NOT CONNECTED

TO New

Sewer System

No residential properties

will be connected

to the new sewer system

* The Southampton Inn is the only hotel that lies within the proposed sewer district service area boundary. Currently, the Southampton Inn is to be connected.

source: The finalized map and plan for the formation of the sewer district by H2M architects and engineers.

Southampton Village Planning Commission Chairman Paul Travis, with representatives from Cameron Engineering and H2M Architects and Engineers, discusses the proposed sewer district for the village at a meeting Thursday night. ALYSSA MELILLO

VILLAGE: Sewer Plan

Would Target Downtown

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