Billing trouble hits JoCo 1st responders who are coping with push back from residents.
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"The issue is that some of the letters were mistakenly sent to homeowners. Commercial fire alarms are not required in residential property. The fire department said the letters may have been generated incorrectly, and its database hasn’t been hacked."
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by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Overland Park Fire Department is working to clear up confusion about a past due letter some homeowners and business owners received. The letter says the commercial fire alarm systems on the property are past due for inspection.
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