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By Pete Ellis


April 25, 2008

So who owns KPU? City residents? KPU rate payers? Local government bureaucracies? How much money are we talking about?

What about selling at a price that will pay all residential electrical, telephone and utility bills for the next 10 years at each residential location according to current usage?

Perhaps a Ketchikan Permanent Fund Investment that would pay these amounts in perpetuity?

After all ..... Is it not an individual citizen entitlement that would enhance residential real estate values?

Pete Ellis
Ketchikan, AK

About: "Lived here a while and certainly intend to stay in the belief that the future is brighter than some might think and is, at the same time, worthwhile."

Received April 25, 2008 - Published April 25, 2008


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