NORTON SHORES, Mich., (WZZM)- The water is back on at a trailer park in Norton Shores.
The city cut off the supply Wednesday because the park hadn't paid its $9,800 bill.
There were about 22 families affected by the shut-off at Crestview Estates mobile home park. Their water was turned off Wednesday morning.
The onsite manager, Ken Swinehart, says the average bill is $2,800. It started going up earlier this year. "Then, it jumped to $6,600, then $7,700, then $9,800."
Swinehart says they figured there was a leak in the park. He says over the summer, he fixed whatever he could find. In the meantime, the main management office in metro Detroit, made a payment arrangement with the city of Norton Shores, which provides the water. The city says the management company didn't follow the agreement.