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Coronavirus utility reprieves expiring soon — local governments say they're in a bind
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Customers and utility service providers are facing growing dilemmas as many states' disconnection reprieves instituted due to the coronavirus pandemic are set to expire in late July or August.
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States including Hawaii, North Carolina and Wisconsin will lift their bans on disconnections in late July. Many customers are worried about how they will pay off bills that have piled up.
"Honestly, I’m wondering if I’ll even be able to come out of the hole because not only do I have the water bill, but I have a light bill that’s trying to reach close to $3,000,” truck driver Chadwick Bey, whose family lives in Durham, North Carolina, told The News & Observer. “I don’t know if I’ll be able to pay any of the bills off.”