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Unpaid power accounts being shut off

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - If you live in the villages of Ordot-Chalan Pago, Mongmong-Toto-Maite, or Asan/Piti, the Guam Power Authority will begin disconnecting customers whose accounts are 30 days or more past due. According to GPA, you are advised to make payment directly to the utility agency's customer service locations to avoid reconnection charges.

GPA will also be disconnecting accounts 30 days or more past due islandwide. Also, due to the high volume of delinquent accounts, it may take a day to reconnect your service. Also, accounts that are disconnected for five working days or more must reapply for service with all charges to be assessed.

Customers who haven't received a billing statement should contact GPA or the Guam Waterworks Authority as soon as possible.

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