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Tag: electrical rates

Urban Politics #173: Technical Difficulties

February 11th, 2004

Unfortunately there has been two errors made in the last two UP’s sent out.
This one UP173 was sent out with a blank subject line, so recipients may not have opened it. The former UP 172 discussing NUCOR for the first time had a system problem so that I did not receive any replies except those that were specifically addressed to my Council email address: nick.licata@seattle.gov. The problem has been fixed so if you wish to resend a reply that had bounced back I will now receive it.

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Urban Politics #70: City Light Rate Increase

September 11th, 1999

Seattle City Light has proposed overall electric rates to increase by an average of 3.1% in each of the next three years. For more than half of Seattle’s residential customers, bills would increase less than a dollar per month in 2000. For 37% of the users it would be twenty-five cents a month and the rate climbs steeply for those who consume the most electricity. Qualified low-income customers would continue to receive low-income rates that are half of the regular residential rates.

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