The Grand Haven Board of Light & Power saw a 45 percent decrease of write-off collectibles during its 2021 fiscal year.

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Write-off collectibles – as explained by the BLP’s accounting and finance manager, Lynn Diffell – are past-due balances that have been sent to a collection agency. They are from customers not paying their bills and vacating the property that they once occupied, Diffell said.

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