Ford Pierre, Gloria Hansen, Law Enforcement discussed on Midday's with Michael Estridge


Ford pierre in pierre for pierre mayor gloria hansen says management at the american legend sweets and ford pierre received a phone call from some one with an east indian accent the individual claim to be from the ford pierre utilities department in threatened to cut off power to the hotel if full payment was not made hansen says the call received by the american and ford pierre is the only such call that she has been made aware of she added that she's also been in contact with area law enforcement about the call the pierre police department on their facebook page posted a link to the south dakota attorney general's office of consumer protection captain jason jones with the pierre police department says these skimming activity has picked up as the colder weather has moved into the central missouri river valley and across south dakota the post also indicated that similar calls were being received by citizens and businesses and pierre tuesday pierre municipal utilities is also being targeted ford peers utilities are administered by the city most independent utilities will not use a phone call to initiate communication regarding billing issues most will send a letter in the mail to begin the procedure to get a billing issue cleared up while most climate scientists agree that north america is at a low near weather phase there is disagreement over what that means dan clock the central region climate services director for noah in kansas city says the impacts of lending is have changed but it it it appears now is if it's about o late seventies early '80s that there's been some sort of a shift in the the way lie nenas are affecting north america and and in terms of the normal if you will our normal pattern during the monthly central region climate update klux says they're seeing changes.

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