27 August 2015 Water Bills Delay

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27 August 2015 Water Bills Delay

A changeover in computer systems has caused a minor delay in the issuing of some customer water bills related to the first quarter of the 2015-2016 financial year.

During July, water meters were read in Corindi, Red Rock, Safety Beach, Woolgoolga, Sandy Beach, Nana Glen and Korora, however bills have not been sent out at this stage.

The delay will not have any effect on the amount charged, which will reflect normal usage.

“We’re very conscious that many customers need to budget their household and business bills carefully so we wanted to make people aware that there has been a delay,” said Mark Griffioen, Council’s Group Leader Financial Management.

“We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and would like to assure customers that we will be able to issue accounts in the coming weeks.”