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Public Utilities Board Approves $64.8 million Budget for Alameda Municipal Power

Alameda Municipal Power Office

The City of Alameda’s Public Utilities Board has approved a $64.8 million budget for Alameda Municipal Power for the upcoming year.(File Photo)

Earlier this week, the City of Alameda Public Utilities Board approved a $64.8 million budget for Alameda Municipal Power, the city-owned electric utility.

The board also approved a $2.8 million transfer to the City of Alameda’s general fund.

In April, the board approved a 3.25 percent average rate hike, as part of an overall 5 year plan previously provided by the utility.

Nontheless, the utility says that its customers pay less for electricity than most Californians, and as of January, roughly 22 percent less than residential customers in San Leandro and Oakland.

1 comment to Public Utilities Board Approves $64.8 million Budget for Alameda Municipal Power

  • Dennis

    Keeping up with the Jones family?? So, because Alameda rate payers pay less than other communities, this becomes justification for a rate increase??

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