Iola City Council members will continue discussions Monday on whether to alter the city’s policy regarding past-due utility bills.
In February, Humanity House representatives asked the city to consider allowing those with past-due bills to make up their debt through installment plans; change due dates to accommodate those who get paid on certain days of the month; and reduce fees to reconnect utilities that have been shut off due to lack of payment. Humanity House assists financially distressed families in the Iola area.
Also Monday, the Council will formally recognize Iola High School wrestler Logan Brown and his Mustang teammates. Brown won the Class 4A, 285-pound division last weekend, the first wrestler in IHS history to win a state crown.
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