BTU is set to spend more big bucks as part of their capital improvement plan.
The Bryan city council approved the issuance of $32.9 million worth of bonds. That money will go towards the construction of the Jack Creek and Kurtensubstations, along with the creations of a new transmission line between Jack Creek and Tabor substations.
BTU says this spending is needed to ensure reliable service.
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