Atlanta Cracks Down on Millions in Water Bills Atlanta city officials are cracking down on residents who haven't paid their water bills in more than a year. The city says its owed $35 million and is ready to start shutting off the taps. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports.
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Atlanta Cracks Down on Millions in Water Bills

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Atlanta Cracks Down on Millions in Water Bills

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Atlanta city officials are cracking down on residents who haven't paid their water bills in more than a year. The city says its owed $35 million and is ready to start shutting off the taps. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports.