Disputed $610K payment “encumbered”

May 14, 2014

Chairman Joel Thrift of the Oconee County Council expressed hope last night that the county and the Joint Regional Sewer Authority can reach an amicable solution to a dispute that threatens sewer expansion in the unincorporated areas of the county. A withheld annual payment of $610 thousand by the county to the sewer authority was a point of discussion during county council’s budget committee meeting last night. County officials say the last payment due to have been sent to the sewer authority is now encumbered money.

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