Residents and businesses are expected to get refunds after being soaked with thousands of dollars in overcharged water bills.
Four years after raising customers’ bills to meet mandates to sell cleaner power, Michigan’s biggest utilities are eliminating the fees or slashing them significantly.
It’s time to prepare to beat the summer heat and now there are ways to save on those electric bills for air conditioning.
Department Director Sue McCormick told water commissioners Wednesday that city residents can expect to pay 4.4 percent more for water and 4.2 percent more for sewer service.
Inkster officials are having some digital water meters tested following resident complaints of sky-high water bills.
Residents upset over water bills in Inkster say they’re being charged thousands of dollars after the city installed high-tech meters.
Water and Sewerage officials in Detroit are warning customers about a scheme involving claims that a new federal program is available to pay their utility bills.
Weather is the number one cause of higher electric bills, especially as air conditioning usage increases along with rising outdoor temperatures.
According to a new University of Michigan report, about one out of every five U.S. households owe more on credit cards, medical bills, student loans and other noncollateralized debts than they have in savings and other liquid assets.
Warmer weather wasn’t the only factor lowering heating bills in Michigan this winter, but it sure helped.