Clallam Conservation District eyes rates and charges

April 12, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON, Clallam CD – The Clallam Conservation District is looking to implement rates and charges to property owners as it looks to create a reliable stream of funding.

Joe Holtrop, the district’s executive director, told the Clallam County commissioners Monday that the district’s board has already passed a resolution in support of adopting a rates and charges strategy and that the district would provide a proposal to the county by Aug. 1.

If the county implements the strategy, it would be in place for a maximum of 10 years and would have standard exemptions based on income, age and disabilities.

Source: Clallam Conservation District eyes rates, charges | Peninsula Daily News

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