GRU Clergy Breakfast Raises Questions
Published November 4th, 2013
GAINESVILLE- Gainesville regional utility customers are asking if their money could be better spent after a breakfast was held in honor of Clergy Appreciation Month.
Despite complaints from some GRU customers about utility rates-- gru representatives say sponsoring events like the clergy breakfast are still important, because they celebrate good works in the community.
Gainesville Regional Utilities sponsored an Energizer Banquet in honor of Clergy Appreciation Month Thursday at the Thomas Center.
GRU says $820 was spent on the banquet and 70 people showed up.
GRU General Manager Bob Hunzinger will leave his job on November 15th.
Commuity Relations Director for GRU, Nona Jones says that she is planning on hosting the event again next year and hopes to introduce a nomination process to help select honorees.
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