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R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Trenton Mayor Nick McHargue has signed a proclamation, declaring Oct. 2-8 as Public Power Week. Employees of Trenton Municipal Utilities and the City of Trenton will be visiting local schools to talk about electricity and an open house is planned on Friday, Oct. 7 at city hall. In addition, persons who make a $5 donation to the city’s Utilishare program will be placed in a drawing to have $50 taken off their utility bill. Pictured are, from left, front row, Jessie Tabbert, Mayor McHargue, Rosetta Marsh; back row, Cindy Simpson, Monica Burchett, Debbie Anderson and Tracy Maberry.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Trenton Mayor Nick McHargue has signed a proclamation, declaring Oct. 2-8 as Public Power Week. Employees of Trenton Municipal Utilities and the City of Trenton will be visiting local schools to talk about electricity and an open house is planned on Friday, Oct. 7 at city hall. In addition, persons who make a $5 donation to the city’s Utilishare program will be placed in a drawing to

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