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The City wants more control. If they want more control who is losing control? LCEC and the Marco residents.
The City views they can do things better than LCEC. Let electric professionals run the power on Marco. This has never been seen in the past so how can we expect them to be different in the future? The City just hired 3 (or 4) new people in 2009 in a time when belt tighting is needed. So far this year MI is not looking to reduce expenses ... only growing expenses.
The City views that they can solve problems by getting bigger. The normal view of any organization is the bigger the better. (Government wants to get bigger, hospitals want to get bigger, schools want to get bigger).But this has proven wrong again in today's economy. Smaller is better. Smaller is nibble.
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