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The city's expenses for power have increased propotionally with the incease in infrastructure. We now have lift stations bleeding power 24/7, intersection lights that are monitoring traffic 24/7 and let's not forget all those new lights on Collier. Our rates are not disproportionate from those nationwide when you campare the same rate structures. Apples and Oranges are really different fruit. If the city purchases this infrastructure the experts have guaranteed rate increases and new assessments to increase revenue for the city. This is borne out by experiences in other cities that have done the same thing. You wanted facts? Well gather all the facts not just the ones that support your position mr. Arceri.
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