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VMU OFFICIALS WARN CUSTOMERS ABOUT PHONE SCAM
The caller advises the customer that their utility bill is past due and service will be terminated unless a payment is made immediately. Customers are also informed they are required to pay their past due bill immediately through Pay-Pal, a Green Dot pre-paid “MoneyPak” debit card, with a credit card, or via their bank account. Once the account number is provided to the caller, the scammer removes the funds from the customer’s bank account, pre-paid card, credit card, or pay-pal account.
Beginning July 1, 2014, customers will be able to view the City of Vineland Water Utility’s Annual Water Quality Report online via the following link: http://www.vinelandcity.org/electric/vmeusite/2013_Water_Quality_Report.pdf.
This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. Please call 856-794-4056 if you would like a hardcopy report sent to your home.
A partir del 1 de Julio del 2014, usted podra accedar a traves del internet el reporte annual de calidad de agua potable de la compania de aqua de Vineland. El reporte estara disponible en http://www.vinelandcity.org/electric/vmeusite/2013_Water_Quality_Report.pdf.
El reporte contiene valiosa informacion acerca de las Fuentes de abasto y calidad de su aqua potable. Si desea obtener por correo una copia de su mas reciente reporte de calidad de agua puede solicitor la misma comunicandose al (856) 794-4056.
The Vineland Water Utility is presently in a Stage II – Mandatory odd/even Water Restrictions, by a State issued Administrative Consent Order. The Order is in effect until further notice.
Stage II is mandatory odd/even outside use per odd/even street address.
Enforcement is as follows:
1st Violation: Warning
2nd Violation: Warning
3rd Violation: $100 Fine
4th Violation: $250 Fine
5th Violation: Water Service will be shut off until Emergency is over
There are exceptions for some new sod & seeding, as well as commercial use. Please refer to Ordinance No. 2008-63.
Thank you for your cooperation.
SEP Incentives and NJ Clean Energy rebates now available for Municipal Electric Customers
Select commercial and industrial components of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) are now available to New Jersey oil, propane, cooperative and municipal electric customers that previously were not eligible for incentives under the program. Commercial and Industrial customers served by non investor-owned utilities are eligible to participate in the following NJCEP initiatives: Local Government Energy Audit or Direct Install. Funding is provided through the State Energy Program (SEP) and all projects must be completed in accordance with all laws, codes and other requirements applicable under federal, state and local authority.
Residential customers of municipal electric utilities, rural electric cooperatives and those heating with oil or propane are also eligible for rebates from New Jersey's Clean Energy Program.
For more information on these incentives, please visit the NJ Clean Energy website: http://www.njcleanenergy.com/commercial-industrial/programs/oil-propane-and-municipal-electric-customers
Payment will not be accepted between the hours of 9 p.m. and 12 a.m. due to system maintenance.
Vineland Municipal Utilities
640 E. Wood Street
PO Box 1508
Vineland, NJ 08362-1508
(856) 794-4021—Customer Service Dept.