Water customers in Princeton will see a change in the mail in the coming month. Princeton City officials say water and sewer customers will no longer be getting the traditional post card type bill that the city has been sending out for years. But the Clarion reports the new bill will be a piece of paper inside an envelope - like a regular letter. One other change - the bills will no longer be printed and mailed from City Hall - a contractor will now be printing information sent by the water and sewer department - and it will be mailed from a different location. The change is due to the postcards jamming postal service sorting equipment, and that leaves city officials warning residents to not overlook the new bill when it comes in the mail in April.
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