Board Hears Update From CPU Attorney

Chicot Memorial

CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben Caxton) — There was no discussion of Clarksdale Public Utilities during Monday’s Clarksdale board meeting, but Attorney General Jim Hood’s opinion regarding the transfer of surplus funds came up at the utility commission’s meeting yesterday. CPU attorney David Hunt explained that opinions from the AG are formulated and reviewed by a committee of lawyers and this one was returned quickly because the committee has previously issued similar opinions for other communities in the state. In his report, General Manager Mark Johnson updated the board on CPU’s freeze protection plan for equipment and noted that about 3000 new residential electric meters have been installed as the utility moves toward AMI metering.



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