Las Vegas’ former utility rate consultant, who auditors have called the architect behind the city’s old natural gas rates, said last week that he believes the city followed its ordinance.
Michael Slota, who has closed his consulting business, drafted the 2001 ordinance for the setting of natural gas rates and advised the city on how to handle rates for several years after that.
An independent audit released last month alleged that the city violated its natural gas ordinance for six years, overcharging customers by $10 million.
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