ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Water service may soon be shut off at four local properties owned by TEH Realty, Missouri American Water says.
The utility says residents at Springwood, Bridgeport Crossing, Crown Manor and Northwinds are being informed that their water service may be shut off as soon as March 12 because TEH has a large balance due on its bill.
Residents of T.E.H owned properties could be without water as soon as March 12th. @moamwater spokesperson says a '6 figure balance' is owed on properties including Springwood, Bridgeport Crossing, Crown Manor, & Northwinds. The situation with T.E.H. gets worse @HawleyMO @kmov— Chris Nagus (@ChrisNagusKMOV) March 2, 2020
In late January, residents at Bridgeport told News 4 they received similar notices.
Residents of TEH properties have complained about lack of heat and other problems that are not getting fixed.
TEH hasn't paid its employees, which has means little to no maintenance workers are at many of the properties.
News 4 recently learned that company named Lexington Realty has notified residents it may be taking over Bridgeport from TEH. If that happens, Missouri American Water says Lexington Realty will not be responsible for TEH's owed bill.