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Great observation Fossil. With the takeover of the utilities, I see the long term plan of the "resort comminity" which leaves no room for the small guy. This along with the bridge expansion will further along this mindset. The city should have had the forsite to run supply mains along with the sewer mains for the STRP program for centralized irrigation with re-use treatment water. That way all could benifit and the STRP costs would have been offset. How does the city believe running the electric utility would benifit the community when they still have to purchase the power. I see its just a further way to place fee's on residents and create jobs for "hang around cronies".
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