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Bryan City Council To Consider Atmos Rate Reduction Sometime This Month

Before the end of March, the Bryan city council will consider Atmos Energy’s request to pass on savings from federal tax reform to customers.

The Bryan council’s original plan was to consider the request during a special meeting on Tuesday. But that meeting was cancelled due to not having enough members present.

Unless another special meeting date is set, the council will consider the request at its next regular meeting on March 27.

According to the city of Bryan, the average residential customer will save $1.68 a month and a small commercial customer $5.06 a month.

The reduced rates were approved by the College Station city council last week. Bryan and College Station are in different groups that negotiate with Atmos Energy.

Click HERE to read and download a letter from Atmos Energy provided by the city of Bryan.

Click HERE to read and download the proposed resolution from the city of Bryan.


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Posted by on Mar 12 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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