How much is the fee?

Starting with the 2006 tax roll, developed residential parcels will be charged at flat fee of $40 and developed commercial parcels will be charge a flat fee of $200. Qualified senior citizens, disabled veterans and disabled persons shall be exempt from the payment of the stormwater utility fee for residential developed property for that parcel of real property, which is the homestead of the qualified citizen. In addition, community cemeteries shall be exempt.

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1. How much is the fee?
2. What is a Qualified Senior Citizen Exemption?
3. What is a Disabled Veterans Exemption?
4. What is a Disabled Person Exemption?
5. What is a Community Cemetery?
6. What is a developed Property?
7. How is developed residential parcels defined?
8. What is a Florida Department of Revenue Land Use Type?
9. What if the information regarding my parcel type is incorrect and therefore am billed incorrectly in the tax bill in November? How do I get it corrected?
10. How will the Stormwater Utility Fee be billed?
11. How much money will the County collect from the stormwater charge?
12. What period of time does the stormwater charge cover and when will the stormwater charge be payable?
13. I don't pay taxes now due to homestead exemption. Will I have to pay the stormwater charge?
14. I received a discount for early payment of my taxes. Will I receive the same discount for my stormwater charge?
15. I currently claim a deduction for property taxes on my income tax return each year; can I claim a deduction for this stormwater charge?
16. I have a tenant in my house. Should the tenant pay the stormwater charge or will I have to pay it as the property owner?
17. Is the accompanying notice a bill?
18. If a property is considered high and dry, why is it charged?
19. How will problems such as street flooding be solved?
20. Is growth and new development the cause of all of these problems?
21. Where can I get more information?