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More frequent shutoffs coming for unpaid sewer bills

August 6, 2014

Photo by Ted Lutz – Richard Lear, president of the Pennsylvania Municipal Service Co. (PAMS), discusses unpaid sewer bills Wednesday at a joint meeting of the Kane Borough Council and the Kane Borough Sewer Authority. The borough has a contract with PAMS to collect sewer bills.

Water shutoffs for unpaid Kane sewer bills soon will be ordered four times a year instead of twice.
This is the message from Richard Lear, president of the Pennsylvania Municipal Service Co. (PAMS). The company, based in Oakmont near Pittsburgh, handles sewer bills for Kane and a portion of Wetmore Township.
Lear was a prime speaker Wednesday at a joint meeting of the Kane Borough Sewer Authority and the Kane Borough Council. The meeting was held to discuss problems in collecting delinquent sewer bills.

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