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WEST HAVEN SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICT LATE FEE BILLING CHANGE

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The West Haven Special Service District will no longer be assessing a $25.00 late fee. The Board has adopted the following new late fee policy. If you have a $25.00 late fee that was assessed on or after January 1, 2010 billing, please contact Jamie to have the fee removed. 801-731-5819
 
THE NEW LATE FEE ASSESSMENT-DESCRIBED BELOW– WILL NOT BE WAIVED!
 
 Billing and Collection Procedure for District Utility Services:
· A Bill for services rendered by the District is sent First-Class U.S. Mail to the responsible party, defined for the purpose of this Ordinance as the property owner of record, the first part of each month following the initial month of service.
      (Billings are, then, running one month behind the actual delivery of services.) 
· Payment for that Bill is due by the end of the billing month.
· Bills not paid by the 30th of the billing month are considered delinquent and will be assessed a $5.00 late fee.
· A subsequent Bill for ongoing services, as well and any amounts then past due, will be sent the first part of the month following the last billing month and any amounts that remain delinquent from the prior billing will be assessed an additional $5.00 late fee.
· A shut off notice will be sent out the first of the month – the third billing month - on accounts that remain     delinquent. (For example, service for September that was first billed in October and which remains delinquent as of the 1st of January will cause a shut off notice to be sent.)
· Service will be shut off 48 hours after notice is provided.
· Once water has been shut off, customers must pay a “Reconnection Fee” to the culinary water service provider in addition to any additional fees established by the District for reconnection, as follows:
Bona Vista Water Improvement Districtwater users: $35.00 residential and $100.00 commercial; 
Taylor/West Weber Water Improvement District—water users: $50.00.
Hooper Water Improvement District—water users: $25.00; 
 

 

West Davis Corridor

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 April 2010 21:01

West Davis CorridorThe Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to study a potential transportation corridor in western Davis and Weber Counties. The West Davis Corridor Study will evaluate transportation needs through the year 2040 while considering community and environmental concerns to identify a solution that will be a benefit to the West Davis and Weber area. 

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UDOT SR108 Construction News

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 May 2010 12:26

 

A project to widen or re-stripe SR-108 to three lanes (one lane in each direction with a center turn lane) from Antelope Drive (1700 South) in Syracuse to 1900 West in West Haven has resumed this spring.
 
Beginning in late May, crews will apply a chip seal to sections of S.R. 108, including:
  • 2000 West, 1175 South to 700  South (Syracuse)
  • 2000 West, 700 South to 200 South (Syracuse)
  • 2000 West , 200 South to 800 North (West Point)
  • Midland Drive4000 South to 1900 West (West Haven/Roy)
 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 April 2010 20:50

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