By Karen Cohilas - bio | email
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The Albany Water, Gas and Light Commission plans to give $100,000 to the economic development commission. But before they give that money away, they plan to outline their expectations.
In order to give the money away, Water, Gas and Light must get something in return. They plan to come up with a contract to explain their expectations of the economic development commission.
They also are asking for equal representation on the board. WG&L board members said job and industry loss has taken revenue from the utility. Attracting new businesses and bringing back that revenue.
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