Detroit plans mass water shutoffs over $260M in delinquent bills
With more than half of the city's customers behind on payments, the department is gearing up for an aggressive campaign to shut off service to 1,500-3,000 delinquent accounts weekly, said Darryl Latimer, the department's deputy director.
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#1 Mar 22, 2014
can't even manage a city water system how they going to rebuild a city?
sound like its time to move to Chicago to catch the next big bankruptcy case.
Moron unions will be whining about unfunded pension promises made under threat of strike or work stoppage
#2 Mar 22, 2014
How many of those shutoffs will work?
Why did they wait this long?
How many lawsuits will be generated from turning off the wrong address?
Are city workers fair game when shutting down people?
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