How Local Municipalities May Be Passing Ordinances That Could Cost Your Railroad Money
Across the country, up to 8,000 municipalities are considering passing stormwater fee ordinances. In some states, several already have ordinances in place and have been sending bills for years. Since the railroads are often one of the largest landowners, they often end up with the largest bills.
Why and how is this happening, and what can the railroads do to protect themselves? The answers are in Antea Group’s new blog.
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