“Dover council told city’s electrical system worth $200 million”

“Dover council told city’s electrical system worth $200 million” — “For the first time since the city of Dover brought its electric utility online in 1921, residents now know how much the entire system is worth: approximately  $200.6 million…takes into account any depreciation due to the age of parts of the system and  any inefficiencies due to outdated equipment or operating inefficiencies, said  Gerald C. Hartman, vice president of GAI Consultants of Pittsburgh, Pa., who  wrote the report…”

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