The sewer dispute between Rossland and Trail will soon be solved through binding arbitration. The results of that arbitration will be known in the next few weeks.
The dispute arose as a result of a disagreement on how much Rossland should pay for the use of the sewer services, owned by the City of Trail, after a regional service review found that Rossland should pay more.
In order to settle the matter, the provincial government, appointed an arbitrator to the case.
The City of Rossland disputed the appointment of the arbitrator, but it was recently settled that the issue will proceed into a full arbitration hearing.