Buffalo Residents Have Until December 31 to Apply for Help With Water Bills
There hasn't been a shortage of programs to help assist people in our community, in my opinion, and here is another program that the citizens of our community can take advantage of. According to thechallengernews.com, the Water Amnesty Program was announced earlier this year by the City of Buffalo to help take away some of the economic burden caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to thechallengernews.com, Buffalo residents have until the end of the year to apply for the program. The Buffalo Water Authority in partnership with the City of Buffalo formed the program designed to help residents by waiving late fees or interest for people who may have had their water turned off for delinquent payments.
Since the Water Amnesty Program was announced back in June by Mayor Byron W. Brown, we have been able to restore services to hundreds of residents. The pandemic has brought on additional financial hardships for many residents, and if we can ease the burden just a little bit, to continue providing affordable water services we will.
said, oluwole A. (OJ) McFoy, Board Chairman, Buffalo Water, according to thechallengernews.com.
Buffalo residents that would like to find out more information about the program or to apply click getwaterwisebuffalo.org
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