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MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY AWARDS CONTRACT FOR UPGRADES TO MILLERS RUN TRUNK SEWER During their March meeting, the Authority Board awarded a contract for the upgrade of portions of the Millers Run Trunk Sewer to the low bidder, Kukurin Contracting Inc. from Export PA, in the amount of $2,542, 245.   The project includes installation of approximately 8,750 feet of sanitary sewer, manholes and related appurtenances.   The work will take place in 2 zones; the first zone will be between Newbury Drive and the Magistrate’s Office; the second zone will be in the vicinity of Cuddy Lane between Morgan Hill Road and Millers Run Road.   No significant traffic disruptions are anticipated.  However, while work is in progress on Cuddy Lane, it is envisioned that traffic will be restricted on that street for the local businesses only.   Kukurin plans to commence pipe installation in mid-April.   The overall project will be completed by October.   Contact the Municipal Authority office at 412-257-5100 with any questions regarding this project. 

JANUARY 2018 BILL INSERT, click here to view: Basic Service and Consumption Charges.


ALCOSAN CLEAN WATER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM,
The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment bills. This program serves low-income residential customers in the 83 municipalities that ALCOSAN serves. It is administered by Dollar Energy Fund.  Click here to view: ALCOSAN Clean Water Assistance Fund.

MATSF 2018 BUDGET, the 2017 Annual Report and 2018 Budget are available for viewing by clicking on the following: 2018 MATSF BUDGET

 

JUNE 2017 BILLING SYSTEM CHANGES

 

SEWAGE RATES:   Sewage rates are comprised of a monthly basic service charge per residential unit / commercial building plus a consumption charge based upon your monthly water use Click here to see the entire listing of MATSF RATES/FEES. 

 

SEWAGE BILL PAYMENT OPTIONS  


PUBLIC NOTICE, the Municipal Authority of the Township of South Fayette has prepared an Act 537 Sewage Facilities Plan Special Study for interceptor capacity upgrades in the Millers Run interceptor sewershed in order to bring the system into compliance with the Pennsylvania Clean Streams Law and the Federal Clean Water Act.  Click here to view:  PUBLIC NOTICE  or the ACT 537 PLAN UPGRADE.

 

MATSF EXECUTES CONSENT ORDER WITH ALLEHENY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: During the course of 2015, MATSF joined with the other 82 communities tributary to ALCOSAN to negotiate an “interim” Consent Order with regulatory agencies (PaDEP and ACHD).  This interim order is intended to bridge the gap between 2004 Consent Orders executed by those communities and an ultimate long term orders (anticipated by 2018) which would specify capital improvements to be undertaken by ALCOSAN and the tributary communities.   The projected long term regional costs are in excess of $2 Billion Dollars.   Until the final orders are developed, the interim order mandates that ALCOSAN tributary communities take specific actions to reduce infiltration/inflow (see attached article explaining infiltration/inflow) within their respective systems.   The fully executed order can be viewed via this link:  ACHD MATSF INTERIM CONSENT ORDER

 

INFILTRATION/INFLOW: A public informational flyer on what Infiltration and Inflow means and how it can be costly to communities: INFILTRATION AND INFLOW

 

AREA-WIDE SEWER TELEVISING PROGRAM
If you have recently received an orange numbered notice from the Authority on your door, the intent is to inform residents of upcoming inspection of sanitary sewers in that particular area. Please click here for additional program information.

 

MATSF FEASIBILITY STUDY
The ACO (Administrative Consent Order) process culminated in the preparation of a feasibility study by each community tributary to ALCOSAN.  The feasibility studies are intended to provide specific actions that each tributary municipality or Authority envisions implementing between now and 2026 to curtail sewer system overflows.  That report can be viewed by clicking here:
MATSF FEASIBILITY STUDY
 


The South Fayette Township Municipal Authority was formed in 1963 to provide sanitary sewer systems to the residents. There are currently over 135 miles of sanitary sewer lines with three  pumping stations, providing service to approximately 6,500 customers.

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