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Stormwater fees help fund improvements



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Whiteland is expecting to finish a $700,000 to increase the size of the stormwater system on Pearl Street between the railroad tracks and Brewer Ditch. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal


The $5 monthly fee residents started paying in 2012 soon will pay for a robot camera to travel through Greenwood’s stormwater drain pipes, looking for holes and debris.

And this year, Whiteland should finish a $700,000 project to expand part of the stormwater system that residents paid for with their $7.50 monthly fee.

Beginning in 2001, residents and businesses across the county began paying the stormwater fees, which now range from $2.50 per month for a mobile home in Franklin to $300 plus $25 per acre for new construction in unincorporated areas.

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