Johnson Controls Falls Short in Navasota

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The city of Navasota has cut ties with a company that promised a $6.6 million dollar cut on electric costs.

In May, Johnson Controls Incorporated agreed to pay the city $2 million and in turn terminated their contract.
This comes after the city filed a suit against the company last year.

City officials say the company promised numerous services, like new water meters and energy efficient lighting to save the city money. Navasota administrators say the company failed to meet the obligations.