Lake Worth vs FP&L

This is the video we were treated to on the bus and same that was pulled from commission meeting.  Oh by the way we have assets so we do not go hat in hand.

The statistical pages at the end are better seen here on the Panda Papers  and be sure to click on each for full screen view.  It’s all in black and white

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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4 Responses to Lake Worth vs FP&L

  1. Lake worth power is ours. FP&L is a HUGE company. Part of what makes the City of Lake worth, unique, I believe is that we control our own destiny. I pay a higher electric rate, than FP&L customers I am aware. I get satisfaction out of knowing the money goes to my city’s very own power company and not the giant corporation, FP&L. I live here because no other city is as individual as Lake worth, in the value it’s citizens put on individuality. Cheaper is NOT always better. If Wal mart is cheaper but my local Mom and Pop store has the same item, I will choose the local Mom and Pop because I like where my money is going and who the money supports. Say no to FP&L in Lake worth.

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  2. Mary Lindsey says:

    Thank You AnnaMaria for helping to get the conversation started. The information in the video is what it is – information right straight from the City of Lake Worth and the FMEA. The numbers can not be disputed. If people choose to form an opinion not based on the numbers, that’s OK. At least they will have made an informed choice based on whatever criteria is most important to them. Thank You!

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