On November 5, Ravalli County residents will decide whether or not the Florence Water and Sewer District should be dissolved.
County commissioners said the Florence Water and Sewer Board of Directors voted to dissolve the district because residents previously voted not to build a public sewer system.
Commissioners said Florence residents currently use septic tanks for their sewer system.
Commissioner Ron Stoltz said, "There were votes to do certain infrastructures that was put up and it was voted down, so I don't think it ever got going once the district was set up."
The district has been collecting tax dollars for several years in anticipation of building a public sewer system.
Commissioners said if voters choose to dissolve the district, that money will go towards other needs in the county, or donated to a nonprofit.