Troy Could See Increase in Electric Bill

By: Vanessa Araiza Email
By: Vanessa Araiza Email

City council members are currently meeting to discuss on whether to add a 14-percent increase to power bills.

Officials say the proposed increase is to offset rising operating costs.

If passed, the increase would add 50-cents per kilowatt hour to your electric bill.

However, Mayor Jimmy Lunsford says customers will still be paying less than those offered by Alabama power.


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  • by John Location: Waltham on Sep 23, 2008 at 04:21 PM
    14%. That better not go through. Outrageous. For those who need help, I found this site which gave some ways and programs that help save bills, both from the gov't and utility companies themselves. http://www.needhelppayingbills.com
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