Some Lewisville residents could see an increase in their electric bill if the city council approves a negotiated resolution.
Lewisville City Council members will vote on an ordinance approving a negotiated resolution between the city and Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC during Monday’s council meeting. The resolution, if passed, will increase electric rates by $2.35 per month for the average residential customer.
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