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NJUS Board Approves 2017 Water and Sewer Master Plan

A close-up view of a utility meter on the side of a Nome building.

At Thursday night’s meeting, the Nome Joint Utility System Board passed Resolution 17-12, which officially adopts the 2017 Water & Sewer Master Plan.

The decision to accept the Master Plan follows numerous discussions of the Plan in previous board meetings and, most recently, a work session last week. The 2017 Water & Sewer Master Plan follows a previous plan issued in 2010.

Before the meeting ended in executive session, the board approved a reduction in the fuel surcharge to approximately ten cents per kilowatt hour ($0.1005/kwh), which went into effect on October 1st.

The next regular meeting of the NJUS Board will take place on the 17th of this month.

Image at top: Utility meter in Nome. Photo: Matthew Smith, KNOM file.

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