Snowmass approves tax increase for sewer plant overhaul
Snowmass Village water district residents approved a tax increase to pay for a new wastewater treatment plant on Tuesday.
Four hundred twenty-eight residents voted in favor of the mill levy increase that will cover the almost $20 million cost of the project, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s election.
The increase means property owners in the district will pay an additional $1.89 per $100,000 of assessed property value each month. The water district is required to overhaul its wastewater treatment facility in order to comply with new standards handed down by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Sixty-nine residents voted against ballot measure 5A. All residents of the district, including rental tenants, who are registered to vote could participate in the election, as well as any property owners or their spouses who are registered to vote in the state of Colorado.
Snowmass Villagers also elected Shawn Gleason and David Spence to fill two vacancies on the district’s board.
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