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8/14/2019 Rancocas Road

         6.20.2019 Mt. Holly Flood

Rain Barrel

5.4.2019

Community Cleanup

November 03,2018

Rails to Trails, Mt. Holly

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Setting the Standard:

Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority Saves $3.25 Million

 

On July 10, 2018, the Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (the “Authority”) entered the bond market to refinance the outstanding maturities of its Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 1998 and Sewer Revenue Bonds, 2007 Series C. At the same time, the Authority released funds to modify the outstanding maturities of its Taxable Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2009 A, eliminating this series of bonds altogether.  The sale of the Refunding Bonds was enormously successful.

 

Capitalizing on a municipal marketplace that has experienced stronger demand than supply for most of 2018, the Authority entered the market at a fantastic time; as long-term bond rates continue to remain historically low.

 

The Authority was able to trim the average rate on its debt from 4.83 percent to 3.47 percent.

 

The final results produced total debt service savings in excess of $3.25 million. Ratepayers of the Authority will realize approximately $160,000 annually over the next 20 years in debt service savings. Additionally, the Authority reduced the final payment of its debt service from 2038 to 2037, resulting in $1.07 million of savings in that year. These savings are net of all costs of issuing the Refunding Bonds.

 

“Ratepayers should take heart that the Authority is doing everything possible to find savings and keep rates stable,” said Executive Director, Robert G. Maybury. “The results of this refunding exceeded our expectations, showing that the markets see good things happening here.”

 

The Authority would like to recognize the following professionals involved in the Bond Refunding who did a fantastic job of marketing and selling the bonds:

 

Phoenix Advisors, LLC

Parker McCay P.A.

Raymond Coleman Heinold LLP

Brent W. Lee & Co., LLC

Alaimo Group Consulting Engineers

Mercadien, P.C.

TD Bank, N.A.

M. Jeremy Ostow, Esq.

S&P Global

June 22, 2018

The Authority crew repairing the sink hole on Garden Street, Mt. Holly.

May 8, 2018 PAA Presentation (NJWEA)

Click above for NJWEA Handout

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Frequently asked questions

What are our office hours?


Our office is open 8:30AM- 4:00PM Monday through Thursday.




How often does the MHMUA invoice?


Bills are sent out quarterly.




What are the payment options?


The MHMUA accepts cash, checks,money order and certified funds at the office. We offer the A.C.H. program, the free, quick and easy way to pay your bill. You can also pay online with your checking account, debit card, or credit card. Look for the icon on our home page "PAY ONLINE". You can now sign up for EBills, which provides you with a paperless invoice sent to the email of your choice.




Does the MHMUA offer a Senior Citizen discount?


Yes, if you qualify for the Senior Citizen property tax deduction through your tax assessor's office, you can recieve a $13.00 per quater discount on your Mt.Holly Municipal Utilitiy bills.




How can I change the name on my account?


THe MHMUA requires written documentation; such as a deed, death, divorce and or marriage certificate.




How do I change my mailing address?


The MHMUA requires a written request to change the "bill to" address on an account. Send an email with your information ( Name, account number or address and phone number) to info@mhmua.com




What do I do in the event of a sewer blockage?


Please call (609) 267-1110 and someone will assist you.