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No business being in power business

Itta Bena Mayor Thelma Collins says that federal officials were stunned at the shoddy condition of the town’s electrical system.

What’s more stunning is that Collins and other city leaders don’t concede the obvious: The town has lost the capacity and competence to manage something as sophisticated as a utility company. It needs to do whatever it can to get out of the business.

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