Property devalued ?

Property devalued ?

There are 2 comments on the Burlington Post story from Apr 28, 2010, titled Property devalued ?. In it, Burlington Post reports that:

Those living near the proposed site of the 900-megawatt, gas-fired power plant may have to endure a few noisy days if and when the plant is built.

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I am confused

Toronto, Canada

#1 Apr 30, 2010
If I look at the graphs on Milton Hydro's website, our electric usage has gone down from last month, however if I look at the $ amount, we are paying more than last month?

Over the last few months we have been consistently making an effort to reduce the amount of electricity we use, to the point of unplugging electronics so they aren't on standby, etc. We've even been opening windows as opposed to using the AC, yet our bills seem to rise.

Doesn't make sense to me!


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Toronto, Canada

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