By Michael McColley
March 11, 2011
I guess I'm confused, I really pay a lot to KPU. It seems too much. It's like a mortgage bill.
I wonder if the extra money gets put somewhere else. Where would it go if Ketchikan Public Utilities is publicly owned? Does the public get to vote for dividends or projects?
Is there money saved? Where does the money go if KPU is sold?
Can anyone answer these questions? Just wondering.
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Received March 09, 2011 - Published March 11, 2011
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