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Municipal Delegation

Beginning July 1, 2007, every parcel of land came under the authority of the State's on-site wastewater & potable water supply system program.  As a result of this change, a state permit is needed for most repairs, upgrades, and new construction of on-site wastewater treatment and disposal facilities, on-site potable water supplies, and connections to municipal water distribution and wastewater collection systems. 

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