The mayor of Glasgow is holding a news conference Friday afternoon to talk about concerns related to a local utility, according to the Daily Times.
The Glasgow Electric Plant Board’s rate structure charges customers much higher rates during one “peak” hour each month.
The EPB notifies customers through texts, phone calls, and television announcements ahead of days when the peak hour is likely to occur. Some citizens have complained that the new rate structure is unfair to those who need to run air-conditioning during the hottest days of the summer, and can’t afford the higher costs.
Mayor Dick Doty has invited the public to attend the news conference at 2 pm Friday in the City Council chambers.
In the interest of disclosure, the Glasgow EPB is an underwriter with WKU Public Radio.