A bill that would allow the city of Lake Ozark to charge utility customers a fee for turning off the water main at the nearest valve, for extra meter reads and require customers to install a shut off valve inside their homes will come back up for discussion again. This time, officials said they’re going to attach an amendment to the ordinance explaining that the $25 fee can be waived if the homeowner installs a shut off valve within seven days of the city performing the work. The fee will also be waived when it’s necessary to make repairs to the water line between the valve and the house, or when the water meter is misreading and needs to be adjusted. The bill cleared the first round of voting but failed the second time around. Several aldermen raised concerns about the city arbitrarily charging fees to residents.