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Corbin Utilities Commission suspends late fees, disconnection of service for non-payment

The Corbin Utilities Commission approved proposed steps to aid customers and employees during the COVID–19 situation, waiving credit card and late fees, suspending the disconnection of services for non–payment, giving employees additional sick leave, and authorizing the general...

Corbin Utilities Commission considering suspending disconnections, waiving late fees

The Corbin Utilities Commission is considering several steps to help area residents in light of the coronavirus. At a special called commission meeting to be held at 4:30 p.m. today, the commissioners are scheduled to consider waiving the credit card fees and late fees,...

Former Corbin Utilities Commission worker files suit against the agency

A former Corbin Utilities employee with 27 years of service to the company is suing the utilities commission and its members for wrongful termination and violation of the Kentucky Whistleblower Act. Melissa Finley, who served as office manager and bookkeeper, filed the lawsuit in...

Master Street sewer replacement project to begin on Jan. 20

Corbin city officials announced Friday that the anticipated project to replace the sewer line along Master Street is scheduled to begin on Jan. 20. The sewer line has been a constant source of concern has over spill from the manhole covers has frequently left bits of toilet paper...

Corbin Utilities begins process to resolve Master Street flooding

The Corbin Utilities Commission has begun the process to alleviate the flooding problems on Master Street. At the regular meeting Tuesday, the commissioners approved an agreement with GRW Engineers, Inc. out of Lexington to design the sewer upgrades in the area. Corbin City...