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Claim: Newspaper Says Mayor Of City With Muni Utility Threatened Editor Over Coverage Of Rising Cost

February 14,2019



The Texas Monitor reports on claims that the Mayor of Georgetown, Texas, allegedly told a reporter from the Wilco Sun he would take actions that would adversely impact the paper's finances due to the paper's negative coverage of rising electric rates, due to a poor bet made on power supplies for the muni

See the Texas Monitor story here

See also the original column and editorial in the Wilco Sun, via coverage at Georgetown Watchdog at the posts below:

Post 1

Post 2

See background on the muni's rising electric rates here

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