Westbrook Mayor Kenneth M. Lefebvre says the city will try to form its own munic
Westbrook Mayor Kenneth M. Lefebvre says the city will try to form its own municipal electric utility as a way to lower power costs for businesses and residents. Central Maine Power Co. currently supplies power needs in the city, charging the average residential user around 11.6 cents per kilowatt. CMP would by law be required to deliver power to the proposed Westbrook Power District at a rate of 6.4 cents per kilowatt, which could translate into a 15 percent decrease in utility costs for customers. The Westbrook proposal will be decided by city voters in November. Details.
Central Maine Power Company, Electric utilities, Westbrook
"Westbrook Mayor Kenneth M. Lefebvre says the city will try to form its own munic" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13678.
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