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City to offer E-billing
09/19/2019

(KNZA)--The city of Hiawatha will offer E-billing.

On the recommendation of City Clerk Tish Sims, the Hiawatha City Commission Monday evening approved the purchase of a software program from Gworks for online utility billing.

It will cost the city $1,500 a year plus a one-time installation fee of $600.

Currently, more than 1,500 utility statements are mailed out each month.

Sims estimated “going green” will save the city $3,600 a year.  In addition, she said it will save employee time.

Residents will have the option of signing up to receive their utility bills on-line.

 

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