Via Channel 3000.
NEWS OF WISCONSIN (AND SOMETIMES POINTS BEYOND)
Probably a surprise that more We Energies customers aren’t without service.
Via Caledonia Patch.
Clarke is right he wasn’t caught in a hot tub in Las Vegas. He’s even right that young black men should look up to other black men who are continuing their educations. But disappearing from his responsibilities and then arrogantly trying to put his disappearance beyond discussion is nothing to be admired or respected. It is conduct unbecoming of an elected official.
By Fri evening.
[Bus driver] Igl has lost his job and has been charged with battery after being accused of attacking Kibo-Gue on the bus last month at the end of a route. And though the driver had cut the lights before lighting into Kibo-Gue with his fists, it was all caught on the onboard security camera.
Cosseted utility gets more, again:
We Energies electricity rates are expected to rise 4.2% on average in 2013, less than the utility sought but more than a key customer group had lobbied for.
The state Public Service Commission on Wednesday approved a $120 million rate increase after siding with the utility on key issues including higher costs linked to the Oak Creek power plant.
In order to move the lines below grade, ATC proposed installing “step-down” structures along Walnut Road in Wauwatosa. That means Mary Rose Armstrong and her neighbors will be looking at four tower structures near their homes, on land where beautiful trees stand today.
Cosseted utility’s boundless expectations.
Your lucky day.
Via WI DNR.
An ongoing record of mediocrity:
….critics say customers shouldn’t be on the hook for tens of millions of dollars in legal fees the utility incurred while fighting court cases before the plant was built, and a contractor dispute that arose during construction.
The extra $177.6 million for the power plant, tacked onto a price tag of $2.191 billion, is one of the key issues facing the state Public Service Commission as it weighs how much We Energies can raise electricity rates in January.