Just before the March city election, the biggest issue was how much the city would give back to natural gas customers for alleged overcharges.
Since then, little has been said.
Councilman Morris Madrid broke that relative silence about possible credits for customers during last week’s council meeting. He proposed that the city get Dennis Gee, a natural gas rates consultant, to examine the issue.
“He’s independent of the city. He’s outside of it, and he has no axes to grind,” he said.