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Detroit To Begin Shutting Off Water Monday To Those Who OweA Detroit water official says crews will begin shutting off service on Monday to people behind on bill payments.
Hundreds Line Up In Detroit For Water Bill Payment PlansThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department has said it will start shutting off service Sunday on delinquent residential accounts not on plans.
Detroit Water Officials Offer Assistance As Thousands More Shutoffs LoomDetroit regional water officials say they are working with customers with past-due bills.
Detroit Residents Hit Hard With Water Shutoffs While Taps Ran At Businesses That OweBusinesses and government-owned properties owe $41 million compared with $26 million for homes, but only 680 were shut off in 2015.
Detroit Water Assistance Program Enrollment To StartQualified participants are eligible to receive payment assistance up to $1,000 per household per year, to help with past bills and water saving kits.
New Program To Assist Low-Income Water Customers Launches In MarchStarting next month, low-income water customers in the tri-county area can get new assistance in paying their past due bills in what officials say is a "game changer" for the region.
Debt-Forgiveness Likely Not Included In Plan To Address Detroit Water Shutoffs"No matter what rate design we implement, someone is going to get hurt."
Thousands Past Due: Detroiters Slapped With Shutoff Notices Line Up To Pay Water BillsThe queue stretched out the door when the office opened Tuesday. "Water's a necessity..."
Detroiters Have 'No Right To Water': Appeal Pursued In Long-Running Dispute Over Water ShutoffsDuring Detroit's bankruptcy last year, Judge Steven Rhodes said there was no right to water.
Flint Vows To Appeal After Judge Cuts Water Rates, Stops Shut-OffsA judge ordered Flint to reduce water rates by 35 percent and stop cutting off service to people with unpaid bills.
THAW Gets $1 Million To Help Detroit Residents Pay Water BillsThe Heat and Warmth Fund announced Sunday that Manhattan-based Miller Buckfire & Co. made the largest gift the nonprofit group ever received from anyone other than a utility company.
Detroit Water Shutoffs To Resume By Next Week After 20,000 Notices Go OutThe city began hanging notices on the doors of delinquent water customers earlier this month, giving them ten days to work out a payment plan.

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