Printed in 6/30/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News.
LOCKWOOD — Lockwood residents who are part of the Phase 2 sewer district will have two years in which to take advantage of system development fees (SDF) at their current rate, before a proposed increase in the fees will be implemented. The Lockwood Water and Sewer District (LWSD) Board compromised on the length of delay, after discussion revealed that some board members wanted to extend the current fees one year and others thought they should be extended three years.
Board members took up the issue at their regular monthly board meeting, last Wednesday, after Lockwood citizens pointed out read more
LOCKWOOD — Lockwood water and sewer customers in Phase 2 of the sewer district will probably get a one or two year reprieve in the system development fee (SDF) increase that is being proposed by the Lockwood Water and Sewer … read more
Ariztia seeks governor’s help for aging water pumps LOCKWOOD — Replacing a raw water pump station for the Lockwood Water and Sewer Dsitrict is exactly the kind of improvement Gov. Steve Bullock is hoping to make through infrastructure funding … read more
by Evelyn Pyburn-originally published in the weekly Yellowstone County News print edition Some residents in Lockwood will be able to begin connecting to the Lockwood sewer. As part of the Lockwood Phase Two Sewer Project, a two-block area and the lines … read more