Sewer ordinance set for public hearing
An ordinance that would change the way Oconee County does business with the Joint Regional Sewer Authority is headed for a public hearing. Ordinance 2013-36 has passed two of the required three readings at the county council level. It now is set for a public hearing during next week’s council meeting, which begins at 6 Tuesday night, December 17th in council chambers at Walhalla. The ordinance seeks to condition future county payments to the JRSA to detailed invoices and also requests that a member of council and the administrator represent Oconee County at all future JRSA meetings.