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Proposed $7.5M Fee Increase On DEP Water Systems Advisory Committee Agenda Jan. 5

The DEP Small Water Systems Technical Assistance Center Board is scheduled to meet on January 5 in Harrisburg to discuss a proposed $7.5 million increase in drinking water permit and annual administration fees to help deal with cuts in state General Fund support for this program.

Click Here for a summary of the proposal.

The meeting will be held in Room 105 Rachel Carson Building in Harrisburg starting at 9:00. 

For more information, visit the Small Water Systems Technical Assistance Center Board webpage or contact Dawn Hissner by sending email to: or call 717-772-2189.


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