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1. Is my water safe?
2. Do I need to take special precautions?
3. Where does my water come from?
4. Is a source water assessment required and can you tell me its availability?
5. Why are there contaminants in my drinking water?
6. How can I get involved?

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1. How do I reserve City-owned facilities?
2. Can I reserve a spot on the beach for my group?

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1. How do I get started?
2. How do I find out about open City Jobs?
3. How do I apply?
4. What happens to my application?
5. How will I be notified if I'm found to be qualified for the job?
6. What are some of the benefits of City employment?

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1. How do I reserve city-owned facilities?
2. Can I reserve a spot on the beach for my group?

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1. How does my company become an accepted vendor to do business with the City?

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1. How can I get involved?
2. How do I reserve City-owned facilities?
3. Can I reserve a spot on the beach for my group?
4. How do I find out about open City Jobs?
5. How do I initiate water, sewer and trash service?
6. Will I need a building permit?

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1. Will I need a building permit?
2. How do I get a business license and what does one cost?
3. Why are zoning and land use so important in the City?
4. What can you tell me about parking requirements, height restrictions and other regulations?
5. Who does building inspections and why do I need them?
6. What do I need to know about signs and exterior lighting?
7. Can I show or sell merchandise outside?
8. Are there requirements for tree protection and landscaping?
9. Who do I ask about stormwater management and public utilities?
10. Who does fire inspections?
11. I'm having a yard sale, or my organization is hosting a special event, can I put up signs to advertise it?
12. What about other questions that I need answered?

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1. What is a sewer tap?
2. What is a service line?
3. What is municipal sewage?
4. What is a sanitary sewer system?
5. What is an outfall sewer?
6. What happens when I request service from the Water/Sewer Department?
7. Why does the City research easements on my property when handling my sewer repair problems?
8. How are repair requests prioritized?
9. What should a customer do when a sewage backup occurs in the home or yard?
10. Who is responsible for cleaning up sewage spills and overflows?

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1. What is the purpose of this project?
2. When will this project begin and end?
3. Who will perform this beach renourishment?
4. How much is the contract worth?
5. How many cubic yards of sand will be added to the beach during this project?
6. How much will this project disrupt beach activities?
7. Have you coordinated this project with the City of Tybee Island, its mayor and its city council?
8. Where can I go to track progress of this project?
9. Will local workers be hired to perform work on this contract?
10. When was the last beach renourishment at Tybee Island?
11. When will the next beach renourishment be conducted?
12. What is the cost-share ratio for this project?
13. Will you give the public adequate notice about this project?
14. Where will you obtain sand for this project?

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1. How do I initiate water, sewer and trash service?
2. How much are the deposits for water, sewer and trash?
3. Are there any other fees associated with water, sewer and trash service?
4. How are the fees and charges established?
5. What type of payment does City Hall accept for utility bills?
6. When are bills sent, and when are unpaid bills delinquent?
7. Does everyone have to pay water, sewer and sanitation charges all year?
8. What discounts are available to senior citizens and how do I apply?

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1. What is the source of our water?
2. How do I get information about water quality?
3. Why is there chlorine in the water?
4. How do I decrease the amount of chlorine in my water (for fish tanks, plant watering, etc.)?
5. Is there lead in my water?
6. Is there mercury in my water?
7. Why is there fluoride in the water?
8. What is the pH level of City of Tybee Island’s water?
9. If my water has an odor, what should I do?
10. Why is my water sometimes rusty?
11. Why does my water look cloudy?
12. Why are there particles floating in my water?
13. Why is there a pink or black ring in my toilet?
14. What causes pinhole leaks?
15. Is bottled water safer than tap water?

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1. How do I report a water problem, like a leak, sewer backup or drinking water quality issue?
2. How do I get information about water quality?
3. Why is there chlorine in the water?
4. How do I decrease the amount of chlorine in my water (for fish tanks, plant watering, etc.)?
5. Is there is lead in my water?
6. Is there mercury in my water?
7. Why is there fluoride in the water?
8. What is the pH level of City of Tybee Island’s water?
9. If my water has an odor, what should I do?
10. Why is my water sometimes rusty?
11. Why does my water look cloudy?
12. Why are there particles floating in my water?
13. Why is there a pink or black ring in my toilet?
14. What causes pinhole leaks?
15. Is bottled water safer than tap water?
16. Where can I find more information?

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1. How are the fees and charges established?
2. What possible reasons are there for unusually high monthly water and sewer charges?
3. How may water leaks or broken water lines be detected?
4. How may a utility customer test for a failed water meter?
5. What services are available from the city to help residents?
6. Where is the information regarding payment due dates, late fees, and turn-off requirements?
7. Must everyone pay water, sewer, and sanitation charges all year?
8. May exceptions be made to the established due date requirements?
9. When are bills sent, and when are unpaid bills delinquent?
10. When is water service discontinued, and how may water service be resumed?
11. When can water/sewer/sanitation billings be adjusted?
12. Will the city investigate questionable utility billings?
13. Can renters or tenants be made responsible for utility bills?
14. What are the requirements regarding garbage and trash?
15. Who do I contact with questions or problems with my garbage/recycling?
16. What do senior citizens discounts cover and how can I apply?