Friday, March 17, 2000

Ludlow water bills are in the mail




BY CINDY SCHROEDER
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        LUDLOW — A year's worth of bills have been mailed to customers of the Ludlow Water Department.

        The bills cover the period from February 1999, through February of this year, said temporary clerk/treasurer Robin Garrison.

        Because of the delay in sending the bills, Ludlow water customers will have 90 days to pay them.

        In some cases, customers may have been billed for a full year's water when someone else lived at the residence for part of the year, Ms. Garrison said.

        “We have not been able to find the supporting documents for move-ins or move-outs,” Ms. Garrison said. “If there is a problem with your bill, send us the documentation, and we'll make the necessary adjustments.”

        Documentation, including a note stating when a water cus tomer moved to or from a particular address, can be sent to Ms. Garrison at Ludlow City Hall, 227 Elm St., Ludlow 41016.

        A couple of cases also have been discovered in which cash payments had not been credited to customers' water accounts, Ms. Garrison said.

        She and other temporary help began working in Ludlow City Hall about a month ago, soon after Ludlow's clerk/treasurer and deputy clerk/treasurer resigned.

        For questions about water bills, call 491-1233.

       



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