You’re a Daviess County developer working on a new subdivision. Why should you spend the money on a long connecting sewer line when another developer may come along up the street and tap into it for free? RWRA is trying to reduce the number of septic tanks in the county, and now they say they are looking at a new cost recovery plan that would allow developers to share the cost of sewer lines with subsequent developers. It’s called a “developer re-capture policy” and RWRA executive director Joe Schepers introduced it at the board’s March 21 meeting. If the RWRA board does accept the recapture policy, it must be approved by the Owensboro-Daviess County Rate Review Board.