LEAK ADJUSTMENT POLICY EFFECTIVE MAY 14, 2013 AT 7:00 P.M.
Based on an average bill of 9,400 gallons Cost $ 91.40
Sales Tax $ 8.91
Total Bill $ 100.31
Based on a leak of 287,000 gallons Cost $2,451.00
Sales Tax $ 238.97
Total Bill $2,689.96
Gallons leaked 287,000
Less Average Gallons Used 9,400
277,000 gallons x $3.00 $ 832.80
X 10% $ 83.28
Subtotal $ 916.08
Sales Tax $ 89.32
Plus Average Bill $ 100.31
TOTAL BILL AFTER ADJUSTMENT $1,105.71
If the leak inside the meter box is on the customer side of the meter and causes a noticeable increase in the customers, bill, the customer will be charged an average bill for that month.
BILLS PUT IN THE NIGHT DEPOSIT AFTER 4 PM ON THE 25TH OF THE MONTH, ARE CONSIDERED LATE AND YOU WILL BE CHARGED A $50.00 SERVICE CHARGE. THE CUT OFF LIST IS PREPARED AT 4 PM ON THE 25TH OF EACH MONTH AND THE SERVICE MEN LEAVE WITH THE LIST BEFORE THE OFFICE OPENS.
CONNECTION FEES EFFECTIVE MAY 14 2013 AT 7:00 P.M.
FAILURE TO RECEIVE YOUR BILL DOES NOT RELIEVE YOU OF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PAY
NON-PAYMENT POLICY EFFECTIVE MAY 14, 2013 AT 7:00 P.M.
TAP FEE SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 12, 2019
|3/4 " WATER TAP WITH METER||$1,600.00|
|1" WATER TAP WITH METER||$2,000.00|
|2" WATER TAP WITH NO METER||$2,900.00|
|4" WATER TAP WITH NO METER||$3,250.00|
|6" WATER TAP WITH NO METER||$3,750.00|
Connection Fees paid before 2pm – Service will be connected same day
Connection Fees paid after 2pm – Service will be connected the following business day
Any water turned off for nonpayment – Service will be turned back on during regular business hours
All bills are payable upon receipt. Payment can be made at First Volunteer Bank, utility office or by mail. Any bill not paid within ten days of the late date, the meter will be locked and there will be a SERVICE CHARGE OF $50.00 to have service reinstated.
Service will be reinstated only during regular office hours 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. For your convenience, we accept Visa and MasterCard at the utility office. Any bill paid after the late date must be paid at the utility office with check, money order, Visa or MasterCard. No cash will be accepted at the utility office. This is for your protection and ours.
THERE WILL NOT BE ANY PHONE CALLS OR LATE NOTICES SENT TO REMIND YOU TO PAY YOUR BILL.
SERVICE CALL POLICY EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2015
FALL RIVER RD UTILITY
1054 MATTOX TOWN RD
LAWRENCEBURG, TN 38464
When a customer of the Fall River Utility District calls into the office to make a request for service, and if the problem proves to be on the customers side of the meter, there will be a $50.00 service charge to the customer's next bill.
If customer's bill is higher than normal and they request a service man to come out to read his meter, and the meter reading is correct, a $50.00 charge will be added to the customer's next bill.
If a customer has a water leak and can not turn off his water and request a service man to come out to turn off his water, we will send a service man to turn off the meter, but there will be a $50.00 charge added to the customer's next bill (Each customer is supposed to have their own cutoff outside the meter so that they are able to turn the water off without assistance).
If a customer's leak tek on the meter is turning, this indicates a leak on the customer's line, we will explain to the customer how to look at this.
To have a meter profiled to show when water was in use, there will be a $50.00 service charge for this service.
Before a service man is sent out, we will explain how to check for possible leaks and how to read the meter.
POULTRY BARN POLICY EFFECTIVE MARCH 2016
All new poultry barn or commercial farming operations are required to install a reduced pressure backflow preventer. This backflow preventer is to be installed outside the meter pit or outside the building, to allow the utility district to test and/or inspect the device 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The device must be 24' above ground level (no pit installation allowed) in a hot box or equal. The Fall River Rd. Utility District will supply the owner with the specifications on what device will be accepted. The District will work with the owner on location of the device and will inspect the device before the water will be turned on.
All existing poultry barns or commercial farming operations will be required to comply with this new policy within 90 days from the day of notification. Any customer not in compliance with this policy will be disconnected from the Fall River Utility District Water Service until said improvements have been completed and inspected by the Fall River Rd. Utility District.
Testing of the Reduced Pressure Backflow Preventer:
Devices shall be tested every 12 months from the date of installation by the Fall River Road Utility District or by a qualified person possessing a valid Certification from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Water Supply for testing of such devices. A record of this test will be kept on file with the Fall River Rd. Utility District.
The person performing the test will also be required to supply a valid copy of his/her T.D.E.C. certification to the Fall River Rd. Utility District to be kept on file at the Utility office.
The owner of the device (the poultry barn of commercial farming operator) will be responsible for the cost of the annual testing of this device.