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1. Does increased demand as result of population growth result in higher power rates to the city for consuming incrementally more power?
2. Are impact fees assessed to developers to cover the cost of distribution lines to previously undeveloped areas of the city or are these expenses borne by all electrical users?
3. Is there a point at which it becomes economically more feasible to turn the distribution of power over to Rocky Mountain Power to achieve greater efficiency on a larger scale?
4. Wouldn’t it be better to rely on the resources of a major power company like Rocky Mountain than to rely on the city’s limited resources?
5. How does the city power department evaluate the efficiency and expense levels of its fixed cost structure?