North Shelby/U.S. 60 customers may get larger bills because of misread
By Lisa King
Friday, October 12, 2012 at 2:00 am (Updated: October 12, 2:01 am)
Many customers of one of Shelby County’s three water companies will be getting larger than usual bills soon after an inexperienced meter reader read the meters incorrectly for nearly three months, water officials say.
“It happened in both directions; some meters were over read and some were under read,” said David Hedges, general manager for the North Shelby/U.S. 60 Water District.
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