TABLE VI:  SEWERS
Editor’s note:
   The complete text of all sewer benefit resolutions are available for review at the offices of the East Lyme Water and Sewer Commission, located at East Lyme Town Hall.
 
Ord.
Date Passed
Description
Res.
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Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for Industrial Park Road extension.
Res.
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Benefit assessment resolution; Clark’s Hollow Common Interest Community.
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4-13-1991
Sewer assessments.
Res.
8-27-1991; 3-24- 1992
4-27-1993
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution;
Phase I through Phase IV. For a complete listing, see TM Volume 18, Pages 229-284.
Res.
2-27-1996
Sewers at Dodgetown Condominiums. (TM Volume 21, page 207.)
Res.
11-4-1999
Benefit assessment resolution; Chapman Woods Common Interest Community.
Res.
11-28-2000
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 1; covering all properties on West Main Street (Connecticut Route 156) between the intersection of Liberty Way and West Main Street and the westerly boundary line of property now or formerly owned by Leisure Sports, Inc., and all properties on Capitol Drive and Colton Road.
Res.
8-26-2003
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 2; beginning at the intersection of Corey Lane and West Main Street (Connecticut Route 156) and runs in a general northerly direction in and along Corey Lane for a distance of 330 feet, more or less, as more particularly shown on as-built plans and specifications on file with the Town Water and Sewer Commission.
Res.
4-30-2004
Sewer benefit resolution; Spinnaker Homes, LLC.
Res.
3-20-2006
Benefit assessment resolution; Spinnaker Common Interest Community.
Res.
7-10-2006
Supplemental benefit assessment resolution; Stonington Estates.
Res.
10-24-2006
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 3; begins at the intersection of Smith Avenue and Main Street (Connecticut Route 156) and runs in a general northerly direction in and along Smith Avenue for a distance of approximately 1,300 feet, more or less, to the intersection of Smith Avenue and Smith Street; thence running in a generally westerly direction in and along Smith Street to the Connecticut Military Department Campground, presently known as “Camp Rell”, as more particularly shown on as-built plans and specifications on file with the Commission.
Res.
4-23-2007
Benefit assessment resolution for Sea Spray Condominiums.
Res.
4-23-2007
Supplemental sewer assessment resolution, pursuant to the resolution adopted on 8-27-1991.
Res.
10-24-2008
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 4; bounded southerly by the State of Connecticut Military Reservation (presently known as “Camp  Rell”), easterly by the Niantic River, northerly by Smith Cove and westerly by Smith Cove and includes the land, streets, roads and properties generally constituting the territorial limits of the Connecticut Spiritualist Camp- Meeting Association, Inc., as more particularly shown on as-built plans and specifications on file with the Commission.
Res.
6-17-2009
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 5; running east to west along the Boston Post Road and from the present terminus of the existing sewer main at or near the Flanders Baptist Church and running westerly for a distance of 8,700 feet, more or less to a point easterly of the intersection of Boston Post Road and Plum Hill Road, all as more particularly shown on as-built plans and specifications on file with the Commission.
Res.
- -2016
Supplemental sewer assessment resolution, pursuant to the resolution adopted on 8-27-1991, as amended 3-24-1992.
Res.
- -2016
Supplemental sewer assessment resolution, pursuant to the resolution adopted on 8-27-1991, as amended 3-24-1992.
Res.
- -2016
Sanitary sewer benefit assessment extension no. 8; Village Crossing and Park Place Opt-In Properties.
Res.
- -2016
Sanitary sewer benefit resolution for sewer main extension no. 8; beginning at the East Pattagansett/Flanders Interceptor north of Herster Drive and runs generally westerly along the Park Place loop to the Village Crossing development located on park Place for a distance approximately 1,200 feet.