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April 18, 2011MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
Kansas City Power and Light customers will be paying more.
State regulators have approved the north Missouri electricity provider's request for a rate hike in order to raise nearly 35 million dollars to help pay for the Iatan two power plant construction north of Weston. It's estimated the average residential customer will see their bills go up an average of about $5 more per month. KCP&L serves about 509,000 electric customers in western Missouri.