BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Water customers in the City of Baltimore and Baltimore County will get reminders in the mail this week that their water bills will be larger than usual.
This is because of a ransomware attack that has blocked the City’s Public Works Department from generating bills.READ MORE: Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To Open This Month In Hagerstown, Waldorf, Salisbury, Gov. Larry Hogan Says
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The bills are expected to start arriving in early August and will cover at least May, June and July.MORE NEWS: Police: Suspects Exit Car, Shoot 17-Year-Old Boy On Mount Royal Avenue
For some customers, they will also include April.