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Board of Public Works discusses disconnection policy


Local resident Jerry Williams spoke on utility billing at the City of Kimball’s Board of Public Works meeting held May 26.

Williams, a former superintendent of Kimball Public Schools and 41-year resident, asked the board to reconsider the policy regarding termination of utility services for nonpayment. As “snowbirds,” Williams and his wife live in warmer climes during the cold months, but their electricity remains on while they are gone. The bill is sent directly to them at their winter home.

“I looked back in my previous history the last three years and I can’t find anything that...

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