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St. Johnsville may shut off water to late payers

$86,000 in delinqencies disrupts budgeting

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St. Johnsville village officials are tired of residents defaulting on their water bills. Over the past year, roughly 40 water and sewer customers in the village system racked up $86,000 in missed payments. That put a big dent in the sewer and water district’s $537,000 annual budgets, and village leaders say they’ve had enough. “The last thing we want to do is switch off someone’s water,” said deputy mayor and village Trustee Martin Callahan. “People ...


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