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Jim Losleben, vice president of business development for tenKsolar of Minneapolis, on Monday addresses the Willmar City Council regarding a solar energy proposal the Municipal Utilities Commission voted against earlier this month. The $1.2 million, 600-kilowatt project would produce enough energy to serve about 2,100 homes. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Effort is under way to explain solar plan to Willmar, Minn., Municipal Utility Commission

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WILLMAR -- An attempt is under way to further explain the proposed solar energy project to Willmar Municipal Utilities Commission members after they voted this month to reject the project.

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