Beginning in September, Chattanooga and Rossville residents with delinquent sanitary sewer service fees will have to pay a 10 percent late fee.
If the service fee is not paid, the city will cut off your water.
This is part of a transition that started at the beginning of the year. In the past, residents paid Tennessee American Water for sanitary sewer service.
Now, they pay Chattanooga, the Hamilton County Water & Wastewater Treatment Authority or Rossville.
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