By Mark Barnes
Kuna City Treasurer John Marsh is a man on a mission. His goal is to streamline resident’s utility billing to make it as simple and easy as possible. He is working on this project on behalf of Kuna’s Mayor Greg Nelson who made this issue a campaign promise.
The goals are simple; to increase available payment options, provide access to residents for historical billing reference on their properties and to be as efficient as possible, in turn saving the city money.
“It started out as a two-headed monster,” said Marsh as he began trying to figure out how to merge irrigation assessment billing and the other city-managed utilities which includes water, sewer and trash. Electric and natural gas billing is handled through other utility companies.
“We want to merge billing in to one statement,” he said. “But, it has proved to be problematic. So we’ve slowed that process down.”
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