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Be sure to keep clear access to your meter dials for our meter
readers to get an accurate reading. While you’re working on your lawn in the
summer, be sure to trim bushes and trees around utility meters. And while you’re
shoveling snow in the winter, be sure to clear snow and ice from the meters
and service line connections for clear visibility.
If you’re adding new plants to your landscape, be aware of their
potential size and growth pattern. New plants placed close together might look
great while they’re still young, but can become a jungle as they grow.
Fencing can also make an attractive addition to your property,
but be careful to keep the meter dials in easy site if you try to camouflage
meters and pipes.
Pets can prevent our meter readers from getting access to the
meter, too. Note the date of your next scheduled meter reading on your monthly
bill and be sure to keep pets restrained away from the path to the meter that