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School District Weighs Changing Broker; Pitched That District Would Not Have To Pay "Broker Fee"

August 22,2017



District 80 Schools, in the City of Mount Vernon, Illinois, is considering changing the broker used to procure electricity supply, as well as its supplier, after being pitched that the district would not have to pay, out-of-pocket, a broker fee to the new broker, the Mount Vernon Register-News reports

Currently, the District pays an out-of-pocket fee for electricity procurement services

See the Register-News for more, including the identities of the existing and new broker under consideration, as well as the district's current supplier and new supplier under consideration, and the electric rates of both suppliers



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