La Canada Flintridge will hold talks with Glendale and the Crescenta Valley Water District to provide sewer hookups for land parcels near existing sewer lines.
Accepting the recommendation of a citizens committee, the La Canada Flintridge City Council voted Monday to have its staff represent at least 13 properties near sewer lines owned by Glendale and the water district.
The owner of each parcel would pay hookup costs, treatment costs and any engineering charges.
The recommendation was included in a 13-page report submitted to the council by the committee, which was formed in March to examine a proposal for a sewer-assessment district in a mile stretch of land along Foothill Boulevard.
At Monday's meeting, the council voted to abandon the proposal for a new district after committee Chairman Walt Downhower said opposition to the plan was too strong.