Meter Readers Bitten
Gainesville Regional Utility workers may have a problem when trying to read the meters at your home and it's serious enough to get the attention of the people who run the utility.
GRU has a simple request for furry friends and their owners that will make their job a little bit easier while working.Â Customers can inquire what options to take with their pets when their not home and the meter will be read by calling customer service or simply looking at the date on their bill.
Â Â Â Â In the past week, three of GRU's workers have been bitten by dogs, Brenda Clayton was one of them.Â She still has the scars to prove it.Â Training Officer Gene Resmondo says," This is for the safety of our customers and our meter readers". Â
Â Â Â Â If meter readers don't feel safe, they don't have to enter the property.Â But the property owner will then receive an estimated bill.
- Chiefland Man Bitten By Rattlesnake
- New Meters
- Parking Meter Thief
- Brevard County Teen Gets Bitten by Shark and Thinks it is Cool
- Technology Spotlight 11/2/10 "Automatic License Plate Reader"
- Demps Runs Fastest 100-meter time in 2010
- UF Sprinter McQuay Wins US 400 Meter Title
- Florida Power and Light Co. Rates Increase
- Gas Prices Lower
- Adult Bullying, a Silent Problem