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The Rocky Mount City Council officially approved the reduced electric rates resulting from the Duke Energy Progress asset sale. Rocky Mount Public Utilities customers saw a reduction of roughly 3.18 cents per kilowatt-hour.
But how did the city get there? Why was this issue with public utilities vital for economic development? Learn the story behind the story.
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A lower cost of living can affect every aspect of a city: it can reduce unemployment by enticing new businesses and industries, and it can fight poverty by offering more affordable alternatives than living in larger--and more expensive--areas.Rocky Mount, NC is fortunate to have plentiful resources to enhance the quality of life and to be a city where residents can enjoy one of the lowest costs of living in North Carolina.