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Hearing on Sewer Plan Scheduled

August 17, 1986

ROLLING HILLS ESTATES — The City Council agreed that the installation of sanitary sewers in the Harbor Sight and Spinning Wheel neighborhoods is necessary as a health measure.

The council set Oct. 14 for a public hearing to determine whether the 75 properties affected will form an assessment district to pay for the sewers, which are estimated to cost $1.1 million.

According to City Manager Raymond Taylor, if more than half of the residents protest, an assessment district would not be formed unless four members of the city's five-member council vote to override the residents' objections.

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