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Arnold sewage bills

| Saturday, May 25, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Arnold sewage bills

I have attended Arnold Council meetings for years. I campaigned for our current mayor, Larry Milito. I thought these officials were going to do the right thing for our community. Now I'm having my doubts.

There have been issues with the sewage billing for over a year. The mayor told me that this would be handled. But we are still dealing with bills being sent out late and paying more for consumption than New Kensington and Lower Burrell. Arnold doesn't receive any reimbursements for delinquent account recoveries. They all go to the billing company, Pennsylvania Municipal Services. The mayor's wife is now complaining, so maybe we'll get something done.

I also don't like when Mayor Milito yells at and belittles citizens who disagree with him. If he can't control his emotions, maybe he's in the wrong office.

Melissa Charlton

Arnold

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