Mat-Su Borough Power Ordinance Under Review

An ordinance restricting the size of power generation facilities in the Matanuska Susitna Borough may get a re-write. The move to re-visit the law sparked debate at Tuesday night’s Borough Assembly meeting. An opponent of the move says it opens the door for possible coal-fired power generation in the Borough down the road.

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