Ocala Residents Facing Increased Electric Bills
OCALA - Beginning this week, Ocala Utility Services will increase rates for electricity because there was a seasonal rate in place.
Ocala Utility Services provided a summer relief credit, which helps keep bills from increasing significantly during the hot summer days.
A person with a bill of $106 a month will now face a charge of $118.
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