SEAPA representatives take Tyee and Swan Lake contract issues to City Council
Petersburg Municipal Power and Light Superintendent and Southeast Alaska Power Authority Board member Joe Nelson brought streamlining suggestions to the Petersburg City Council during the regular council meeting Monday evening.
During the regular board meeting of SEAPA, Sept. 19 and 20 there was a suggestion to change contractual obligations with Thomas Bay Power Authority and Ketchikan Public Utility.
“These contracts date back to when the state owned the facilities and were last updated in 1996,” Nelson said. “We hired a consultant to see if there was a better way to do things.”
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