UTMA to Offer Credit Card Payment Service | Local news


Unity Township Municipal Authority (UTMA) customers will now be able to make a one-time credit card payment for their invoice, for a fee. The board on Wednesday approved an agreement with InvoiceCloud Inc. to provide the service for a convenience fee of 3.5% with a minimum of $ 2 and bank charges of $ 1.50, pending review of the contract by the authority’s lawyer, Romel Nicholas.

However, if the customer chooses to register for automatic payment, the authority will waive the charge.

After some discussion, the board unanimously approved the deal.

Board member and treasurer Neal Fenton, who attended via video conference, said he thought it was fair.

“I think it’s fair. I think it’s fair to our customers. I think it’s fair for authority, ”he said.

In other matters, the Board of Directors has approved the following:

  • Three additional EDUs for Jersey Mike’s;
  • New forms for developers, including a checklist, guidelines and requirements for documents;
  • Authorization of a feasibility study related to the provision of a sanitary sewer service to approximately 100 residences of the Mutual in response to a continuous complaint of odors in the area;
  • Credit to Barry Freger at 159 Stonewall Road due to a water leak;
  • A motion to accept ownership of the sanitary sewer lines that are part of the Wimmerton Phase III project has been filed until next month.


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