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Utilities and Housing During Covid 19 Webinar

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Published on Apr 20, 2020

Kansas Appleseed, the Climate + Energy Project (CEP), and David Nickel with the Kansas Citizen Utility Ratepayer Board teamed up to discuss Governor Kelly's executive orders that prohibit evictions, foreclosures, and utility and internet disconnects, and explain what these orders mean for Kansans
Check out a summary of the moratorium on certain evictions/foreclosures here: bit.ly/eo2010explained

Kansas Utility can disconnect a customer until at least May 1 per Executive Order #20-05
Tips: you should never consider yourself evicted until you get the paperwork!

KCC Billing Practices 15-GIMX-344-GIV REQUIRED NOTICES
Before disconnection of utility services is permitted for non- payment, a utility with AMI must provide the following:
1 Written notice in advance of disconnection;
2. Notice at 5- 7 days prior to disconnection by customer’s preferred means notice;
3 An attempted phone call and
4. Notice on the day preceding disconnection by customer’s preferred means of notice.

https://www.kansasappleseed.org/
https://www.kansasappleseed.org/housi...
http://curb.kansas.gov/
https://governor.kansas.gov/.../2020/...
https://www.kansaslegalservices.org/

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