Highlands University maintains that it has been aware of city natural gas overcharges for the last two years.
The university disputed the argument from the city that no one at Highlands caught the jump in bills, so it was paid until around the beginning of the year.
“The university was quite aware of the overcharge for the past two years and has been working with the city during that time to address the problem,” Highlands President Jim Fries said in an e-mail last week to the school’s employees.
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