Resolution #2006-2: Handling of Bankruptcies and Habitual Delinquent Accounts
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, IDAHO SETTING FORTH THE MANNER IN WHICH BANKRUPTCIES AND HABITUAL DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS ARE HANDLED.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN AS FOLLOWS:
The Mayor and City Council unanimously hereby pass a resolution setting forth the manner in which bankruptcies and habitual delinquent accounts are handled. A $50.00 (Fifty Dollar) deposit will be deposited with the City as a thirty (30) day cushion to act in good faith as payment for services rendered. Said deposit will remain as a deposit for one year in a probationary status. At the end of the probationary period, if no other delinquencies have occurred, said deposit will be used towards the account balance. However, during the probationary period, if a delinquency occurs a new yearly probationary period will begin at the date of the occurrence and a new $50.00 (Fifty Dollar) deposit will be required. All delinquent charges and shut off fees shall apply to accounts during the probationary period. The application of this policy shall be determined by the City Council on a case by case basis.
PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR of the City of Georgetown, Idaho, this 7th day of February, 2006.
CITY OF GEORGETOWN
(s) Albert K. Johnson, Mayor
ATTEST: Marty Nate, City Clerk