Town e-Billing is­sue re­solved

The Drumheller Mail - - REAL ESTATE - Kyle Smylie

Drumheller cor­po­rate ser­vices is say­ing is­sues with on­line ap­pli­ca­tions for e-billing have been re­solved and are invit­ing res­i­dents to en­ter into the town’s Thrill of the e-Bill con­test which was launched late last month.

The Thrill of the e-Bill con­test en­cour­ages res­i­dents to sign up for paper-free, elec­tronic billing through the town’s web­site ( di­nosaur­val­ in or­der to re­duce mail­ing costs, pro­mote ef­fi­ciency, and be­come greener.

The ser­vice ran into is­sues af­ter launch­ing but di­rec­tor of cor­po­rate ser­vices Barb Miller said, in a state­ment, those is­sues have been re­solved and the ser­vice is now open for those want­ing to par­tic­i­pate.

“We thank ev­ery­one for their pa­tience as we worked through the tech­ni­cal prob­lem. If you are un­sure if your ap­pli­ca­tion was re­ceived feel free to con­tact us at 403-823-1302,” said Miller.

Res­i­dents who sign up for e-billing will re­ceive $5 off their next util­ity bill, as well will be en­tered into a draw to win gift cards and prizes from lo­cal busi­nesses.

Two prizes will be drawn ev­ery month un­til the con­test ends Oc­to­ber 31 this year. The first draw is on Fri­day, July 29.

Util­ity ac­count hold­ers al­ready sub­scribed to email in­voic­ing will au­to­mat­i­cally be en­tered into the monthly draws. Win­ners will be an­nounced on so­cial me­dia and the town’s web­site.

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