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November 29, 2012

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ELois P. Clayton

This is good. It appears that this company has worked out(possibly), some deal with the electricic company OR the electric company had no idea of the corruption that existed. Either way, this is good for consumers for electricity, is HIGH enough.
NOTE: It is GREAT, when our government begans to see BEYOND their noses and see the corruption that is happening right in our back/front yards. This will HELP rid prices risinf on us consumers. It's LONG overdue!

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