Residents' water to be cut off if bil...

Residents' water to be cut off if bills unpaid

There are 1 comment on the CourierPostOnline story from Oct 12, 2009, titled Residents' water to be cut off if bills unpaid. In it, CourierPostOnline reports that:

By law, the city of Camden can shut off the water if customers don't pay their bills.

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straighttalk100

West Chester, PA

#1 Oct 12, 2009
This should have been in effect all along like it is everywhere else.

It's very simple...you don't pay, you don't receive!

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