City (OR) to reimburse Falcon Heights $24K for false meter readings

Residents of Falcon Heights Condominium Association can breathe at least a small sigh of relief. After a lengthy process surrounding a flow issue with the association’s wastewater, members of Klamath Falls City Council agreed to partially reimburse association members nearly $24,000, a calculated average of Falcon Heights’ wastewater use for each of the months in question.    Read the article…………


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