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By Colin Killian, Public Communications Manager
Welcome to our live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Thursday, Jan. 24. It’s not the official minutes.
The meetings can be watched live on Suddenlink channel 19 or online. An archive of previous council meetings is available on the website.
The workshop has started. No action was taken out of executive session. Continue reading “Live Blog: Thursday’s city council meetings (Jan. 24)”
Okay, we admit it. We’re not perfect.
But we were awfully close in the annual audit of College Station Utilities’ commercial sanitation billing. The audit revealed that out of about 980 commercial accounts, we had a single error. That’s right, just one. And it was for an under-billing.
Can you imagine a major league baseball player who made just one error in 980 chances?
College Station Utilities takes pride in producing accurate bills to our customers. In most cases, the service level doesn’t change once the account is set up, except with commercial sanitation billing. Businesses are provided services and charged by a variable rate schedule that depends on the volume of waste they generate. This means they can change their internal procedures to change the amount of waste they produce. When this happens, we may need to adjust the number of days we collect their waste, or we may even need to remove their container and place a different one at their location. The billing is then changed to reflect the new level of service.