How will this affect my property taxes?
The tax rate (a.k.a. "Mill Rate") which was 29.26 for FY2012/13, represents a combination of various municipal tax allocations (education, police, library, sewer and others - but does not include fire) as summarized in the Town budget. For FY2012/13, the sewer tax allocation is 0.93 Mill. Going forward, there will be no sewer allocation in your tax bill.

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1. What is the reason the fee is being changed?
2. When does this change become effective?
3. How will my sewer fee be calculated under the new usage-based method?
4. Can you give an example of how the residential sewer fee is calculated?
5. How will this affect my property taxes?
6. If the Town of Enfield converts to a user fee will the fees be tax deductible?
7. How does Enfield's new sewer rate compare to other Connecticut towns?
8. Who pays the sewer bill, particularly if the property is rented?
9. Will the sewer use fee be billed along with your taxes?
10. How will the new sewer fee affect "non-profits" including Fire and Police?
11. What about people who have public sewer but not public water (i.e., a private well)?
12. What happens if I do not pay my sewer bill?
13. What about people who have septic systems and are not connected to public sewer?