New contract could keep CPU customers' rates level, says GM Boschert


At a special Clarksdale Public Utilities meeting on Dec. 18, 2018, general manager Curtis Boschert presented a potential power contract with the company NextEra that could save CPU $1 million in the next seven years and keep customers’ rates from increasing.

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