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Whatcom PUD to host meeting on public-power study

Attendees will have opportunity to ask about PUD takeover of PSE electricity

Phillips 66 refinery at Cherry Point has smoke filter out from the top.
Phillips 66 refinery at Cherry Point is Whatcom Public Utility District's only electricity customer. A study concluded public power would not be financially feasible. The public will have a chance to hear about the study during an April 13 meeting. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By CDN Staff
Whatcom County Public Utility District No. 1 wants to hear from the community about a study released
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