Utilities policy under scrutiny

An organization that assists low-income families is asking Iola officials to change its policy regarding past-due utility bills.
The proposals would allow customers to set up payment plans and defer payments up to two weeks in case of emergency.

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February 7, 2020 - 3:39 PM

Humanity House, an organization that assists financially struggling families in Allen County, is appealing to the Iola City Council to change its utility payment policies for past-due bills.

Representatives will be on hand at Monday’s Council meeting to discuss specifics, including:

— Accepting payment plans to recover from exceptionally large bills or personal crises.

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