Some possible savings have been discussed for Bryan Municipal Utilities subscribers, and it could be lower electric bills.
The Bryan Board of Public Affairs talked about a new electric rate for 2019 that is expected to result in lower costs to customers. Officials said that the proposed rate change would increase the monthly residential customer charge from $8.25 to $10.25. But the kilowatt hour charge will decrease from 9.98 cents to 9.83 cents.
They could finalize all this within a month.
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