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By Will Fritz
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Murrieta turns down offer to join CCA

 

Last updated 8/22/2018 at 10:13am



Murrieta City Council at its Aug. 7 meeting opted not to join a new power-buying authority known as a community choice aggregation, or CCA, created by the Western Riverside Council of Governments.

Joining the CCA could have saved Murrieta residents 2 percent on their electrical bills, but city leaders felt there were too many unanswered questions and getting involved in the electrical business could leave the city with too much liability.

Rick Bishop, executive director of WRCOG, told the city council that a typical household in Murrieta is projected to save $72 if the city joins the CCA ...



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