The natural gas will stay on at 40 Detroit firehouses — after a final payment notice was sent to the city.
DTE Energy sent the shutoff notice last week, saying the city owed nearly $56,000 for gas service dating back to May. The Detroit News says DTE initially demanded a $30,000 payment to keep the gas on–but then said it was working with the city. Firehouses say the bills are paid by the city, not individual engine houses.
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