If the project were to receive grant funding, SASD would extend public sewer service to up to 141 parcels (52 are vacant, 76 are residential, and 13 are non-residential) in the community of Hood. SASD would conduct additional outreach to the 141 residences in the neighborhood. If the property owners are interested in connecting to public sewer they would sign an agreement requiring them to abandon their existing septic system in accordance with the County Environmental Management Department
(EMD)’s guidelines. Abandonment would require the existing septic tank to be pumped, the tank bottom to be punctured, and the tank to be filled with sand, gravel, concrete, or other approved material to the surface elevation. The residence would then be connected to the public sewer and the residence would become a customer of SASD & Regional Sanitation. Scope of work for connection of private residences
to the public sewer is limited to the septic tank and below-grade pipe installation and does not involve any work to homes or above-ground structures.
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