JEFFERSONVILLE, IN (WAVE) - Kelly Dempsey's not exactly flush with cash.
"I've got a balance of twenty dollars to pay," she told WAVE 3 News.
Dempsey is among dozens of Jeffersonville residents eager, even anxious to square up on past due fees for sewage treatment.
"We're gonna shut off water service otherwise," said Elisha Dale, collections manager.
"In my case, I rent, so I've got to pay it," Dempsey said. "If I don't, my landlord - it'll probably fall to him and he won't be very happy."
The Sanitary Sewer Board is expected to spell out the particulars Thursday. But city leaders have agreed, in principle, to authorize Indiana American Water Company to disconnect customers who owe more than $100 or are more than 90 past due on sewer bills.
"We're like $1.2 million in delinquents," Dale said.