After the meeting, Mr. Mims told The News and Observer Reporter, Sarah Barr, who was also in attendance, that Creedmoor’s proposed sewage plant will place a $58 million dollar debt burden on the citizens of southern Granville County.
Mr. Ed Mims made it clear, “We can not afford this plant.”
The Southern Granville Water and Sewer Authority has a loan for $30 million to upgrade its existing facility to meet Falls Lake Rules for Water Quality and is already in that process. Creedmoor’s intent to build a new, unnecessary sewage plant will fragment the regional approach and place an unsustainable level of debt on all the citizens in southern Granville County.
That’s why reasonable political leaders know…
Something Stinks in Creedmoor!