Said supplemental benefit assessments are equal to 4.65 percent (4.65%) of such property’s “equalized” assessed value as of October 1, 1983 based on the assessed valuation on the October 1, 1992 Grand List. (See footnote 9, Resolution of March 21, 2007.)
The Authority voted to approve such supplemental benefit assessments shall be due and payable on June 1, 2018, provided however, that at the option of the owner, the supplemental benefit assessments may be paid in four (4) equal annual installments of principal, the first of which shall be due on June 1, 2018, with subsequent installments to be due on each June 1 thereafter until fully paid, together with interest on the unpaid principal amount of such supplemental benefit assessment at the rate of 5.5% per annum; provided further, however, that if any such installment remains unpaid for thirty (30) days after the same shall become due and payable, then at the option of the Authority, the entire unpaid balance of such benefit assessment or supplemental benefit assessment, together with all unpaid interest, shall become immediately due and payable. The Authority shall have all the rights provided by Section 7-254 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, with respect to delinquent assessments.
The properties hereafter described are found to be especially benefited by the construction of the Federal Road Sewer Extension.
But adoption of the resolution, the Brookfield Water Pollution Control Authority has levied a supplemental benefit assessment based upon the October 1, 2017 Grand List values in the following amounts and against the following properties as they are found to have been improved subsequent to October 1, 1992 so as to increase their valuation for Property Owners shown on the Public Notice document.