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Paducah Power customers paying for board's blunder

By SHELLEY KEELING SR. Paducah

EDITOR:

For the Paducah Power System board to enter into a contract that won't pay off until half the planet is no doubt dead and gone is ludicrous. If you believe someone is not getting paid tell me who is getting the $454.47 I must pay this month. Ever since this deal was signed by our officials, my bill has gone up each and every month.

I have lived in the same house for eight years. We are told we are creatures of habit, practically living and doing the same year in and out. I ask the board and my city officials what I am now doing to make my bill so high. We the people are paying for someone's blunder.

This deal stinks. I demand an outside investigation because it seems no elected official has a problem with putting a heavy burden on we the people. They should have at least fired the entire board.

It's time that we the people get some backbone and have a say in the goings on in the city we support with our tax dollars. Join me and demand an outside investigation or don't complain and pay for it.

SHELLEY KEELING SR.

Paducah

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