Utilities won’t be disconnected for $20 or less

GRANDVIEW – The city of Grandview has had in place for several years a policy that wasn’t reflected in the Grandview Municipal Code.

The city won’t disconnect utility customers if the balance on their utility bill is $20 or less.

City Clerk Anita Palacios at Tuesday’s city council meeting said the state auditor, during the city’s accountability audit, suggested the policy become part of the municipal code.

As a result, the Grandview City Council voted 6-0 to amend the city code to reflect the policy.


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