Mayor Lowe Responds to Alachua County Commissioners
They got an answer, but was it what they were looking for?
Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe responded to Alachua County Commissioners' questions about the rate impact of the planned biomass plant yesterday.
Lowe's letter came only after Chair of the County Commission, Lee Pinkoson, requested the information a second time.
Lowe stood by original projections that the biomass plant will cost a rate payer using 1000 kilowatts of power about 10 dollars more a month starting in 2014. That figure can be used to calculate the impact for customers with other usage, Lowe said.
The county letter asked for rate scenarios for 11 different usage levels.
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