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You know, the prosecuting attorney tells me I have to come to court or I get a $500 fine. I don’t get paid for going to the court. Can I sue them for $500?
Way to go, Georgia Power. I just received my first bill after they installed my new smart meter, and it’s actually $20 more than with my old meter. I find this offensive because, as we all know, the last 90 days, we’ve had temperatures well above average in the 70s and I have left my front and back doors open.
You need to put the Long County chief back in there, because he knows what he’s talking about and what he’s doing.
I think everyone can agree that we’ve had absolutely beautiful 75-degree days — what beautiful weather we’re having! Oh, but, contrary to Georgia Power, they think that we’re 20 below zero. The electric bill is almost double.
I sure would like to have the city of Hinesville tell me how much to pay for my house taxes this year. I’d sure like to get them paid this week, and not next week, and this month, and not next month — and surely not next year.
Is there anyone that has a newly installed smart meter that has noticed an increase in their Georgia Power bill? If anyone is happy with their new smart meter, call Sound off and let them know, because I, for one am not. My bill is higher — smart meters are not smart, they’re stupid.