Community Action Partnership of Utah, the state association for Utah's 9 Community Action Agencies, has joined AARP Utah and other advocate groups including AARP Utah, the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City, Crossroads Urban Center, Action Utah, Utahns Against Hunger, Utah Housing Coalition in urging the Public Services Commission to keep rates affordable for Rocky Mountain Power Customers. The Office of Consumer Services has provided testimony that the rate increase being proposed is not justified.
“Community Action Partnership of Utah is concerned by the rate increase being proposed by Rocky Mountain Power. Community Action Agencies in our statewide association work to reduce the energy burden that low and moderate income households face. This rate hike is contrary to this work and creates unnecessary hardships on Utah's most vulnerable community members. We urge the Public Service Commission to reject this proposal,” said Clint Cottam, Executive Director of the Community Action Partnership of Utah.
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