A proposed utilities increase has some Quincy residents seeing red.
Southeastern Power Administration, the source of part of Quincy’s utilities, has advised City Manager Jack McLean of a proposed new rate schedule, effective Sept. 20, if it is approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The new schedule is designed to replace wholesale power rate schedules for a 5-year period, with a 70 percent increase, according to McLean.
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