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The Public is hereby notified that the Agenda Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at 7:00 PM has been CANCELLED.   The next Regular Council Meeting will be held as scheduled on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 7:00 PM.

 

 

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Utility Providers  

Duke Energy Progress provides electric service for the The Town of Nashville.  Contact   Duke Energy Progress  to start service, stop service or to report an outage. 

The City of Rocky Mount provides  natural gas for the Town of Nashville.   Contact   the   City of Rocky Mount  to start service, stop service ,or to report a leak. 

 

Access to Premises 

Authorized agents of the Town are to have access at all reasonable hours to the  premises of the customer for the purpose of installing or removing town property, inspecting piping or apparatus, reading or testing meters or for any other purpose in connection with the Town's service or facilities. Application for service shall constitute consent by the customer to access his premises for these purposes. 

The Town reserves the right to discontinue or interrupt service temporarily for any of the following reasons: 

  • Emergency  repairs 
  • Insufficient supply or treatment capacity 
  • Strike, riot, flood, accident, natural disasters, or any other unavoidable cause

The Town will make a good faith-effort to notify affected customers before discontinuing or interrupting service. By making application for service, the applicant agrees to hold harmless the Town from liability for any damages that may occur due to the discontinuance or interruption of service. 

 

Meter Tampering 

North Carolina General Statutes provides  specific penalties for anyone tampering, altering, or otherwise interfering with the delivery of water to customers (G.S. 14-151). An initial violation of this  section is classified as a Class 1 misdemeanor. 

Second and subsequent violations are classified as a Class H felony.  Violations resulting in significant property damage or public endangerment are a Class F felony. If the action results in death and is not covered under some other provision of law providing a greater punishment, it is a Class D felony. 

Anyone found to have violated any provision of this law shall be be liable for triple the amount of losses and damages sustained or five thousand ($5,000) which ever is greater.