Could the rental of space on utility poles to Windstream provide new revenue for Commerce?
That’s part of the reason the city council voted Monday night to sign a contract with Electric Cities of Georgia, Inc. (A previous story indicated incorrectly that the agreement was with the Municipal Electric Association of Georgia).
“They’re saying $60,000 a year,” reported interim city manager Tom Berry at the city council’s Aug. 6 work session. “I don’t think that’s right. I think they want us to sign, so they’re inflating that.”
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