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Ben Arnold: Endorses pro-active CAUD gas initiative

Writer also asks if it isn't time to transfer city gas to county.
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Ben Arnold writes:
Great idea. Love the proactive considerations of the CAUD, Lenny Stone and the Board members and ex-board member Barry Stotts. Gas use can be a great revenue generator for the county while serving the residents at lower costs. Columbia gas Dept, isn't it time to transfer this to the county government? Adair Co Gas Dept. Why not? Gas is a resource for all people in the county. --Ben Arnold
Comments re photo 71042 CAUD discusses use of abandoned water lines for gas project

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