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Koutchak accepts attorney job at $112,000/yr. Assembly approves 15-percent hike in electrical rates, among other energy decisions. Quarry-lease agreement with S&S trades rock for debt payments. SE utility managers work on regional collaboration. Rural communities look to broader energy solutions.

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