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The exterior of the Willmar Municipal Utilities coal-fired power plant is seen from the corner of Eighth Street Southwest and Benson Avenue. Officials with Willmar Municipal Utilities say the combined revenues next year from the electric, water and heating divisions are estimated to be $26,242,900, a decrease of $471,200 over this year. Tribune photo

2010 will be a 'down' budgetary year for Willmar Municipal Utilities

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WILLMAR -- Next year will be a "down'' budgetary year for the Willmar Municipal Utilities, if the preliminary 2010 budget is any indication. The Utilities Commission received the preliminary 2010 budget on Monday and will act on the budget at the next meeting Dec. 14.


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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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