HOW MANY OF THEM STILL HAVE CABLE AND INTERNET AND IPHONES AND LAPTOPS AND IPADS?
In April, Detroit set a target of cutting service to 3,000 customers a week who were more than $150 behind on their bills. In May, the water department sent out 46,000 warnings and cut off service to 4,531. The city says that cutting off water is the only way to get people to pay their bills as Detroit tries to emerge from bankruptcy — the utility is currently owed $90 million from customers, and nearly half the city's 300,000 or so accounts are past due.
HOW MANY OF THEM STILL HAVE CABLE AND INTERNET AND IPHONES AND LAPTOPS AND IPADS AND FS AND WIC AND UNEMPLOYMENT?