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ABOUT 70 PEOPLE SHOWED UP AT THE WEST COAST CHURCH ASSEMBLY OF GOD TO VOICE THEIR OPINIONS ON THE PROPOSED SEWER EXPANSION IN THE MANASOTA BEACH ROAD AREA.  ACCORDING TO THE SUN, THE ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE ENGLEWOOD WATER DISTRICT MIKE RAY PROPOSED TO SUPERVISORS TO START CONSTRUCTION OF THE V-9A SECTION, WHICH IS THE AREA SOUTH OF MANASOTA BEACH ROAD IN JANUARY OF 2012.  HE SAID THE DISTRICT WILL FUND ONE HUNDRED PERCENT OF THE COST UP FRONT, AND THEY ANTICIPATE FOR ANYONE WHO WOULD HAVE EMERGENCY HOOK-UP REQUIREMENTS THAT IT WOULD BE AVAILABLE BY JUNE OF 2012.  RAY SAID THE BILL FOR THE PROJECT WOULD GO ON THE TAX ROLL IN NOVEMBER OF 2013, AND CUSTOMERS COULD EITHER PAY IN FULL AT A BIT MORE THAN $8600, OR THEY COULD SPREAD OUT PAYMENTS OVER 15 YEARS AT FIVE PERCENT INTEREST, MAKING PAYMENTS EITHER $69.58 A MONTH OR $835 A YEAR.  MOST IN ATTENDANCE WHO SPOKE AT THE DAIS EITHER OPPOSED THE INSTALLATION OR THE PROPOSED COST.  NO VOTE WAS TAKEN, BUT ONE MAY BE AT THE NEXT SUPERVISOR’S MEETING ON MARCH 17th, WHICH WILL ALSO BE HELD AT THE CHURCH.