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HILLVIEW — Now is the time for northern Bullitt County residents to raise your voices, especially if you are a customer of the Hunters Hollow treatment plant.
Currently, the state Public Service Commission is considering the reopening of the surcharge request by creditors of the old Bullitt Utilities.
The requested surcharge could add as much as $17 per month to Hunters Hollow customers.
Hillview attorney Tammy Baker said now is the time for customers to voice their concerns over the request.
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