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North Dakota City Commission Denies Franchise to Coop

The Devils Lake City Commission denied a request from Nodak Electric Cooperative (Nodak) for a franchise to allow the cooperative to provide electrical service to some areas within the city limits. All property within the city limits is currently served
August 7, 2013

The Devils Lake City Commission denied a request from Nodak Electric Cooperative (Nodak) for a franchise to allow the cooperative to provide electrical service to some areas within the city limits. All property within the city limits is currently served by Otter Tail Power Company. As the city limits expand, Nodak was seeking to serve several new subdivisions within the city limits. To read more about this story, click here.

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