Sunday, March 25, 2007
I have to confess that I was awestruck when I heard it, but I am more than a little certain that one of the Planning Commissioners commented after Thursday's Public Hearing that he did not buy into the owners' reasoning that burying their storm water run-off was too expensive or--as the Planning Department put it in their report--"beyond financial feasibility." I intend to watch the re-play of that meeting on Metro 3 to confirm or deny. You watch, too. I have to say that I've already talked to a couple of folks involved in building who tell me that the $400,000 required to connect to sewers is standard. So, the disbelief is not limited to Commissioners.