The city is preparing a campaign to shut off service to 1,500 to 3,000 customers a week who are delinquent on bills.
Highland Park citizens are receiving unexpected bills for hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Residents and businesses are expected to get refunds after being soaked with thousands of dollars in overcharged water bills.
It’s a new proposal to build what many are calling a “UFO” looking water tower in Commerce Township. But as WWJ’s Kathryn Larson learned, not every neighbor wants it in their backyard.
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.
It has been a year since Highland Park residents have received a water bill, and now they’re being told to pay up.