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City to see more reductions in electrical costs

HOISINGTON — In a move that will save the city of Hoisington approximately $300,000 per year, the Hoisington City Council approved selling excess electrical base load to Garden City.
The contract will be from Jan. 1 2014 to Dec. 31, 2018 and will shift a large portion of the excess base capacity to Garden City.
“This change should provide a significant reduction in power supply cost for our community,” said City Manager Jonathan Mitchell. “It is important to understand these estimates are very preliminary and a good portion of these savings will be reduced by the proposed addition of a ...

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