GCWW Debt Forgiveness Program

GOLF MANOR (3/22/2021) — Submitted by Mayor Stefan Densmore.

I was notified by GCWW that we appear to have over 500 residential households eligible for this program within the village, while only 18 households have applied. Please spread the word! Tell your neighbors and friends that if they –or someone they know– is behind on their water bill that assistance is available at Forgive.MyGCWW.org  There is only 1 week left before the application deadline!

What is this Forgiveness Program?

This temporary program will help customers avoid water shutoffs at their home. Customers must demonstrate they are experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19 or be at or below specified income levels.

What part and amount of my bill will be forgiven?

Customers who qualify will have past-due water and City of Cincinnati stormwater charges that accrued between March 1, 2020, and September 30, 2020, forgiven. This program does not currently apply to the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) portion of the water bill.

Who can apply?

Property owners may apply, including landlords of single- and two-family dwellings. Tenants who are responsible for the utility bill may also apply. The property must be residential. Commercial properties do not qualify.

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This report is respectfully submitted to the Village residents of Golf Manor. Thank you for the honor of being your Mayor.

Stefan Densmore, Mayor, Village of Golf Manor

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