Worth reading: Press Journal columnist calls for careful vetting of power deal

“…And while power users likely will see significant cost savings, questions remain over how the city will cope financially without the $5 million to $6 million the electric operation transfers into the city’s general fund annually…This is the people’s business. It is the people’s electric utility and government. Any proposed deal must be fully vetted, with the public given plenty of opportunity to learn more about the proposal and to weigh in.” – Larry Reisman Continue reading…

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  1. This has not been a secret to all of us. The next logical move is to find out the reasons for this predicament and make sure it doesn’t happen again. The last thing in the world that anyone wants to happen is a “suffering” Vero, a city which is a city we all love. I can only admire all of the energy Vero is putting into this electric issue, it takes guts, support and a sound mind to move on.

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