One Carlsborg UGA resident who spoke at the June hearing, Stacie Hopkins, said she was concerned she would lose her home and business because she couldn't afford the sewer system.
Hopkins said she fears for her American Dream.
"We're kind of getting this thing shoved down our throats," she said. "No one has ever asked what my opinion is."
Doug Nass, the PUD's general manager, addressed the issue in the second paragraph of his letter, stating "despite some claims about what this project may or may not cost residents, businesses and governmental agencies, the fact is that nobody has an answer to this yet."
Nass said a consultant is conducting a special benefits study for the project that will be used to determine preliminary assessments for each parcel in the proposed Local Utility District. The LUD is the area that will be served by the sewer and subsequently pay sewer fees.
LUD boundaries not final