The city of Las Vegas may have overcharged Highlands University by $600,000 for natural gas.
“It appears we had a defective meter,” City Attorney Dave Romero told the City Council last week. “We are verifying this with our own experts. Highlands University has its people looking into this.”
It was unclear how long the overcharges occurred. City officials didn’t say how they would pay back the money if it was found that the city overcharged the university.
Romero said it was important to get such information to the public.
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