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MARYVILLE, MO (1/11/2010) Some Northwest Missouri electric customers could see their bills go up again.
K-C-P-and-L has requested state regulators to let it increase the fuel adjustment charge on its customers bills.
The company says higher natural gas and coal and freight charges needed to produce the electricity.
If approved K-C-P-and-L customers in Northwest Missouri would see an extra dollar-eighty added to their average monthly bills.
The Missouri Public Service Commission is taking feedback from customers right now on the request.
The deadline for feedback is this Wednesday.
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