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City Hall has had enough of knocking on doors.
New Chiefland City Manager Kevin Gay told commissioners Monday night that the city spends about $6,000 a year in man hours sending staff out to city residents' homes to let them know payment for their utility bills is late.
"We'd like to dissolve the program," Gay said. "It's costing the city quite a bit."
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