ENTERPRISE, Kan. (AP) - The mayor of Enterprise in central Kansas wants a councilwoman to resign for not paying her utility bills.
Mayor Larry Jantz says he's upset that councilwoman Debra Kamhi owes more than $9,700 to the city of Enterprise for electric, water, sewer and trash service dating back years. But Kamhi told The Salina Journal (http://bit.ly/162EAD ) she owes closer to "$4,000 and some change."
Jantz says he learned Kamhi was behind on her utility bills after a city audit showed that the city was owed more than $118,000 for utility service since 1998.
Kamhi says she has fallen on hard times and doesn't plan to resign unless the majority of the electorate want her to.
Enterprise is a town of about 800 residents east of Salina.
Information from: The Salina (Kan.) Journal, http://www.salina.com
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