BPW considers refunds

 


The Kimball Board of Public Works was asked to review their utility deposit policy during their most recent board meeting, on Monday, Jan. 26.

The policy was questioned by longtime resident Harold Farrar, who was told he would have a $100 deposit when he recently moved his City of Kimball utility account.

“I recently moved to an apartment, but have lived here for over twenty years,” Farrar said. “I’ve had my utility bill taken out of my account basically since I moved to town.”

Farrar continued that to his knowledge there had never been an issue with his payments nor with his serv...



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