What constitutes a majority protest?
    • A majority protest is reached when 50% plus 1 of the properties served by the sewer district object to the proposed fee increase.
    • One written protest per parcel, filed by the owner, shall be counted in calculating a majority protest to a proposed fee increase.
    • For SMD 1-Sheridan, a majority protest would require valid protests from 189 parcels.

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1. Why are my SMD 1 - Sheridan sewer fees increasing?
2. If approved, when will the SMD 1 - Sheridan fee increase take effect?
3. How do my SMD-1 Sheridan sewer fees compare with surrounding areas?
4. Why don’t developer assessments cover the sewer fee increases?
5. I am on a fixed income. Is there any discount or subsidy available?
6. Why is this charge on my tax bill instead of a monthly statement?
7. How long has this charge been on my tax bill?
8. I am all by myself. Why do I pay the same or as much as a family of 4 or 6?
9. How do I object to the proposed SMD 1 - Sheridan increase?
10. A valid protest must contain:
11. What constitutes a majority protest?
12. Where can I get additional information?