Resident Forced to Pay Bill after City Claims Electric Meter Tampered
EDINBURG – An Edinburg woman says she has no other choice than to pay a bill nearly six times her normal rate.
Janie Cantu told CHANNEL 5 NEWS she received a notice in the mail claiming someone at the address tampered with the electric meter.
An AEP spokesperson says the bill wasn’t a glitch but Cantu says otherwise.
This week she had to make a choice.
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