POTTSTOWN, PA — When the third financial quarter started in July 1, nearly $200,000 in unpaid water and sewer bills loomed over the borough system’s finances.
By July 29, that number had been cut by more than half as the result of the borough’s fourth round of “landlord shutoffs.”
“It was very rewarding,” Bob Plenderleith, the borough’s utilities administrator, told the Pottstown Borough Authority last week.
“That level of return is outstanding,” said Finance Director Janice Lee.
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