City Could Pull Plug On Electricity O...

City Could Pull Plug On Electricity Operation | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News

There are 1 comment on the 10TV WBNS story from Mar 24, 2011, titled City Could Pull Plug On Electricity Operation | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

The money made also pays for the cost of lighting city streets, but the plug could be pulled on the department and its 13,000 customers, 10 Investigates' Paul Aker reported on Thursday.

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Max

Coshocton, OH

#1 Apr 29, 2011
This sounds like a great idea. Take a city department that is adding to the general fund and paying for the streetlights and sell it so we can have the cost of lighting the streets added to the taxpayer burden along with the loss of revenue. Buying something and reselling it at a profit is an unsustainable business model? Someone better rush out and tell that to Walmart and the car dealers and every other retailer out there.

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