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In the shorter term, the system will take the place of aging septic tanks that are costly to repair and harmful to the environment.

In the longer term, it will allow Erin to undertake measured development over the next 20+ years. This means we could increase funding to our schools – one of which is currently suffering at only 36% capacity – and we could open new schools to provide our children with more opportunities to succeed.

We could welcome more businesses to town which would provide more options for you to shop local. We could build new starter homes for our young families, or smaller affordable homes for our aging population.

You can look at this cost as an investment in your property – similar to a kitchen or bathroom upgrade, you will see the value of your property increase with this new system. A new system that you can rely on and one that is better for the environment.