If you’re behind on sewer use fees, the City Attorney’s Office Monday night offered suggestions to City Council members concerned about constituents.
From Brian Lockhart, CT Post:
City Attorney R. Christopher Meyer and staff members offered ideas at a meeting Monday to improve outreach to homeowners who have fallen behind on their bills, and to reduce the associated fees that can quickly mount and lead to foreclosure.
One of those ideas involved alerting council members to constituents who have fallen behind on sewer use payments.
“If there’s somebody in your district having trouble, you can say, ‘Hey, look-it, the city will work out a (payment) plan for you,” Meyer told the council’s Ordinance Committee, which is investigating the collections process.