KIUC disconnections suspended through August

LIHU‘E — In light of continued economic hardship for some members caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Kauaʻi Island Utility Cooperative has extended its suspension of service disconnections through August 31.

“We know that some members are facing severe financial challenges, and now we’re facing a potentially damaging storm event” said KIUC’s President and Chief Executive Officer David Bissell.

“We are working individually with customers who have concerns, and will continue to reevaluate the situation as we move forward,” he said.

The suspension of service disconnection applies to both residential and commercial customers. KIUC members are reminded that bill payments have not been waived, and past-due amounts will grow over time if no payments are made.


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