Presentations for Download

Wednesday, March 24, 2021  •  8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  •  Via Zoom  

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Updates from Public Service Commission 
>  Kayleigh Chiono, PSC Consumer Affairs Analyst
>  Chassitti Clark, PSC Consumer Affairs Analyst

Department of Revenue Agency Collection Programs
>  Dana Webber, Agency Collections Coordinator, Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue 
Clarification of info shared at seminar:  Debts do not need to be 90 days past due to qualify for TRIP submission. For TRIP, the determination of a past due debt is up to the agency per our statutes. "Agency is responsible for determining if a debt qualifies under Sec. 71.93, Wis. Stats. (State agencies) or Sec. 71.935, Wis. Stats. (Local government agencies) and the laws governing your debt. Check with your legal counsel to determine the eligibility of your debts." There is not a 90-day past-due requirement. There is an age requirement for State Agency TRIP debts, but utilities are Local Municipal debt. The 90-days past-due requirement does not impact utility TRIP debts, and only would apply for SDC debts submitted.

Using Minimum Payment Option (MPO) to Improve Payment Habits
>  Cara Zipperer, Customer Service Supervisor, Manitowoc Public Utilities

Energy Assistance Program Offerings
>  Jane Blank, Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) Manager

Bankruptcy 101
>  Richard Heinemann, Boardman & Clark
    >  Sample letters for bankruptcy filings used by Manitowoc Public Utilities are available here.
> The seminar agenda is here

Recordings of this year's seminar are available through Zoom. 
> First half: Link
> Second half: Link
        > Passcode:  !MEUWCC21

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