I find it amusing that the residents of Decatur would be asked to pay higher sewer rates to repair leaking sewers when they are willing to spend money to extend service to accommodate builders' needs for new subdivisions in the Decatur/Priceville area.

I would personally like to see money spent to extend sewer access to existing homes within the city of Decatur, such as in my neighborhood off Shady Grove Lane Southwest, to meet the needs of current taxpaying Decatur Utilities customers.

Lewis Allison


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