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Residents interested in participating in a public hearing about the assessments for the Kremer subdivision will want to mark their calendars for 6 p.m. Oct. 13.
The village will host a meeting about how they will assess some of the properties in the subdivision for a $6.8 million road and utility project was completed in June.
The proposed assessment for a residential unit is $5,303, which residents can choose to pay over 10 years at 3 1/2 percent interest, said assistant village engineer Tony Bunkelman.
The project included replacing water and sewer lines as well as widening roads throughout the neighborhood, and adding curb and gutter on portions of Ellis and Perry avenue, and portions of Kremer, Elizabeth, and Lora street.