Sean Veley, left, of Tacoma Power worked to rewire damaged streetlights and weld access plates in 2014. The Tacoma City Council has approved rate increases that are divided between the fixed cost of access to power and the variable cost linked to how much a consumer uses.
Sean Veley, left, of Tacoma Power worked to rewire damaged streetlights and weld access plates in 2014. The Tacoma City Council has approved rate increases that are divided between the fixed cost of access to power and the variable cost linked to how much a consumer uses. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2014
Sean Veley, left, of Tacoma Power worked to rewire damaged streetlights and weld access plates in 2014. The Tacoma City Council has approved rate increases that are divided between the fixed cost of access to power and the variable cost linked to how much a consumer uses. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2014

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