Thursday, February 21, 2013
Winter weather advisories have been issued for the St. Louis region Thursday.
A blast of winter weather, including snow and ice, is predicted to head St. Louis' way today. Here are a few need to know numbers to keep handy. More information you can use:
Friday, December 28, 2012
The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a rate increase request by Ameren UE that will add $10 to the average bill. Laclede Gas is also asking the commission to let it raise rates on its customers.
Running all those electric devices in your home is set to become more expensive when the New Year rolls around. The Missouri Public Service Commission has given its approval to a rate increase request by Ameren Missouri that will add about $10 a month to the average electric bill, starting Jan. 2. The $260 million rate increase for the utility's approximately 1.2 million Missouri customers was approved by the Missouri Public Service Commission on Dec. 12, according to the St. Louis Business Journal. The actual rise in your monthly bill will be dependent upon your usage. The rate approved by the commission is actually less than the $376 million Ameren requested last February. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the company said the …
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Residents voice concerns over the rising costs, which could come less than a year after a 10 percent rate increase.
- Joe Scott
Sunday, February 27, 2011
About 200 people—mostly senior citizens—lodged complaints and gathered information on Ameren Missouri’s proposed 11 percent electric rate hike Tuesday in O'Fallon, MO. The rate hike projects a $263 million increase for Ameren. “It’s on the backs of the working class, the poor people,” said Saundra Austin, of O’Fallon. “We need a break.” Austin said she lives in subsidized housing, which takes one-third of her fixed income. “I had to lower my thermostat to 62 degrees this winter,” she said. The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) hosted a public hearing at O’Fallon City Hall to gather testimony from ratepayers and answer questions. It was one of a series of meetings being held statewide. The PSC, Missouri’s utility regulatory …
Friday, February 25, 2011
Also on today's PatchCast, information on Ameren's proposed electric rate hike and photos from Kellison Elementary's presidential celebrations.
Local Reaction and Doubt as 2010 Census Numbers Are Released: Town and Country and Manchester leaders react Thursday to 2010 census numbers and Manchester's Mayor says he's not sure they're correct. Brentwood's Population Overtakes Maplewood in Latest Census: Some 2010 census data was made public on Thursday afternoon. Ameren Rate Hike Request "Tough to Swallow": Residents voice concerns over the rising costs, which could come less than a year after a 10 percent rate increase. History Comes Alive as Kellison Students Celebrate Presidents: Amy Wiedemann’s first-grade class learns about the presidents in style.