With toilet paper becoming such a popular topic this week, I figured it best to ask everyone to do your part to take care of the Town’s sewer system (or your septic). While wipes and other products can be labeled “flushable” they truly are not. They do not breakdown like toilet paper and cause blockages in sewer mains and backups at home. Help the Town keep sewer rates stable. Anything besides toilet paper should be disposed of in the trash.
Thank you, Chris Loop, Town Council President.
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