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City Commission exploring new water meter technology

Pat Youngblood, owner of Pat’s Pet Parlor, was a little surprised to learn some $1,500 had been auto drafted from her bank account by the city’s utilities department after a recent water bill payment. The water consumption is still a mystery and the city has investigated why Youngblood was charged such a high amount, even after the city determined that there were no major leaks at Youngblood’s residence. The city is working with Youngblood and Bank of America to reverse the charges. Water usage patterns and Youngblood’s house showed her usage to be small or on par in comparison to other properties. Read the full story and more in your Weekend edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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