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Houston City Council Pauses on Decision for CenterPoint Energy’s Gas Price Hike

Houston City Council Deliberates Gas Price Hike

Future Talks Scheduled for April

According to ABC13, the Houston City Council recently had an important meeting. Houston City talked about different rules and requests, like one from CenterPoint about raising gas prices. CenterPoint wanted to increase rates by $5 for each customer, which would add up to $38.8 million more overall. But the Houston City council didn’t decide on this yet. They plan to talk more about it in April.

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Houston City Council Pauses on Decision for CenterPoint Energy’s Gas Price Hike. (PHOTO: Community Impact)

Houston City Approves Bonds for Infrastructure Projects

At a recent meeting the Houston City Council approved bonds for utility and airport projects, including upgrades to Terminal B. However, these bonds mean the Houston City is borrowing money that taxpayers will need to repay. As April nears, residents await the Houston City council’s decision on gas rates, while the Houston City focuses on infrastructure improvements. Balancing growth with financial responsibility will be crucial in shaping Houston’s future in the coming weeks.

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