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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Youngstown water customers will soon be able to pay their bills online.

On Wednesday, city leaders saw how the new system will work.

The water commissioner says it's an update that should have happened years ago.

"This puts the responsibility back in the customers hands, where they can go manage the account themselves, print a bill, make a payment. It's a win, win situation for the city," says Youngstown Water Commissioner Harry Johnson.

Customers will still have the option to pay their bill through mail or in person.

The online bill system is expected to be available October 1.

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