The bitterly cold winter may be taking a toll on your gas bill in March.
A record inventory of natural gas means one thing this coming winter; lower heating bills.
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen must now consider a proposed $8.1 million tax break for Laclede Gas to move to a different building downtown.
Laclede says the increase would raise the average residential customer’s bill by $4.93 per month.
Laclede will buy two of Southern Union Co.’s utilities, Missouri Gas Energy and New England Gas Co., for $1.02 billion.
Proponents say access still possible via new Wlanut St. bridge.
Finally a bit of good news regarding your utility bill.
Wants Missouri Public Service Commission to lower its rates by 4.8%.