Lower electric bills coming to city in December
by Terra Temple, Planet Reporter
Nov 28, 2012 | 1064 views | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Just four months ago as temperatures averaged anywhere from 98 to 110 degrees, or 10 to 15 degrees above July's normal, Mayor Billy McDaniel reminded citizens how difficult choices sometimes show themselves as the right decision in the long run.

At that time, McDaniel was addressing the Metropolis City Council's decision in December 2011 to continue forward with the city's $3.2 million electric conversion project in light of the city's budget problems — and how proceeding meant residents had electricity during the summer's heat wave.

During Monday's council meeting, another payoff of that electric conversion project was announced.

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