Letters to the editor April 17

MUB’s self-help policy
is a white collar scheme
City Council member Rachel Fetty stood up and voted yes to approve a two-week delay on a recent  vote to accept the River Road Public Service District rate ordinance, in order to have time to get legal opinions on whether it is illegal to discriminate against PSD customers; can profits from a revenue state loan bond at one PSD be given and used in the general fund of another — MUB.
By speaking up Fetty showed she was doing her job to ensure transparency, integrity,  uphold the Constitution, the rule of law and displayed a moral awareness to treat all Monongalia County citizens equal. She asked, “Can’t we help these people get this rate down”?
Tim Ball (MUB’s general manager) said my formal complaint was dismissed by the state Public Service Commission. It just dodged the issue and said since MUB is now in charge; all past issues — violations of PSC rules — are dismissed and moot. Ball said he agreed with that assessment.

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