Granite Falls awards $1.3M bid for hydro turbines
GRANITE FALLS — Granite Falls City Council members awarded projects on Monday to replace two hydroelectric turbines and install an improved computerized system to operate its municipal electric operations.
The council members also called for a 15-year, $1.99 million revenue bond issue to finance the projects, according to City Manager Bill Lavin.
He said current projections indicate that the city will be able to finance the improvements without raising electric rates.
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