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June 06, 2013 - Public Hearing and Information Meeting hosted by the City of Livermore, KY in conjunction with Aqualine Protection at City Hall at 6:00 pm.
City of Livermore Water Customers
The City of Livermore, KY, in conjunction with Aqualine Protection, is excited to announce a new optional service available to its residential water customers. For a monthly charge of $3.80, only pennies per day, the Aqualine Protection Service will provide repair or replacement of leaking or faulty water service lines for residential customers. The local water utility is responsible for maintaining the water line system up to and including the water meter. Many people are not aware that the homeowner is responsible for the cost of maintaining service lines beyond the water meter. Leaks and other failures of water lines outside the home are not typically covered by homeowner’s insurance policies leaving the homeowner to pay the cost of repairs which can run into thousands of dollars.
There is a cost associated with every gallon of water provided by the City of Livermore. When a customer’s water line leaks, a difficult choice must be made as to who should pay for the water lost to the leak. If the customer is not billed for the excess water, other customers must share the cost. If the bill for excess water is not forgiven, the utility customer must bear the unexpected cost of promptly correcting the situation or incur increasing water and sewer charges while the leak is not repaired. Aqualine Protection Program eliminates these dilemmas.
Aqualine Protection Program is designed to provide homeowners with an easy, low cost way of getting water service line failures promptly and professionally corrected. Aqualine Protection uses local professionals to assure its service will be quick and in compliance with all local requirements. With the cooperation of the local water utility, leaks can be reported directly to the local utility and the Aqualine Protection Program is conveniently billed to the customer on each month’s utility bill.
In the next week to ten days you will be receiving a notice giving a detailed explanation of the Aqualine Protection Program with a prepaid response postcard. If you do not wish to participate in the Aqualine Protection Program, simply indicate this on the postcard and drop it in the mail. Those who do not return the postcard will be automatically enrolled. The monthly charge for the service will begin appearing on your July 2013 utility bill with the Aqualine Protection Service becoming effective on that billing date.
06/09 - Public Hearing for Municipal Aid & LGEA Funds (FY 2012) at 7:00 pm
March 10, 2011 - Public Hearing at City Hall at 7:00 pm -
Land & Water Conservation Grant for Skate Park
The City of Livermore has accepted a bid from Atmos Energy for the natural gas system.
To help you make an informed decision at the polls on November 2nd, you are invited to two Town Hall Meetings at Livermore City Hall:
September 30, 2010 at 6 p.m.
October 21, 2010 at 6 p.m.
This will be an opportunity for you to meet with Atmos Energy. They will discuss the sale of the natural gas system, explain how this will directly affect you financially and answer any additional questions you may have.
Atmos will be grilling burgers and hotdogs to be served after the meetings.
The City will post any updates on this website (www.cityoflivermore.info), on the City of Livermore's Facebook page, by mail and on the marquee in front of City Hall.
Any questions, please contact Andrea Shelton or Deanna Edmonds at Livermore City Hall, 278-2113.