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CenterPoint Warning of Possible Disconnection at Woodland Park; Manager Says Power Will Stay On

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CenterPoint Energy is notifying residents of an Evansville apartment complex that they may soon lose their power. 

CenterPoint – formerly known as Vectren – says its account with Woodland Park Apartments is “significantly past due.”

In a statement, the utility company says it’s been in communication with Woodland’s landlord and management since 2019, making multiple attempts to collect the past due amount.

The company says it’s also offered multiple payment arrangements with no success.

Individual residents do not have accounts with the utility but they could be disconnected in late August if the landlord doesn’t pay the bill.

When contacted by WNIN, Woodland Park manager Samara Gannais said no one will be disconnected and the bill will be paid.

County records show the complex on Sunburst Blvd has been owned by Woodland Park Holdings LLC since 2014.

CenterPoint says it’s giving residents of the complex as much advance notice as possible.

The company urges the residents to contact Woodland Park management to encourage payment and to avoid disconnection.