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Delinquent bills could lead to power cutoffs

April 04, 1997

Hagerstown City Light customers who have not paid their electric bills could find themselves without power, officials said.

The Maryland Public Service Commission's annual moratorium on cutting off electricity during winter months ended on March 31, said Sally Moser, office manager for the city's billing and customer service department.

More than 1,000 customers had delinquent payments worth a combined $93,800 as of Tuesday, Moser said.

City Light officials aggressively pursue delinquent payments in an effort to keep electricity rates low, she said.

Electrical customers with questions about their accounts should call 790-4160 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday.

-Julie E. Greene

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