Utility disconnection suspension extended


A utility disconnection suspension order has been extended. “The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted to extend the order until 5 pm, May 26th, to allow customers time to call their utility companies and work out any payment plans going forward,” Commissioner Brent Bailey said. The original 60 day order, passed on March 15th, temporarily suspended disconnections of certain utility services for 60 days, including water, sewer, electricity and natural gas services.





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