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Feb. 29, 2012MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
Kansas City Power and Light wants to raise rates for north Missouri customers.
The electric company has requested permission for a rate hike to state regulators. KCP&L wants to bring in another 25 million dollars because of increased fuel costs. If the plan is approved, it would mean north Missouri customers would see more than $10 a month added to their bills. The state is taking public feedback on the plan through October of this year. If you have any input you can contact the Missouri Public Service Commission in Jefferson City.