At a cost of about $120,000-150,000, we can determine if this road is indeed as clear as it appears. Ann Arbor for Public Power (A2P2) already commissioned a legal study and a municipal utility is allowed both in statute and provisions of the Michigan Constitution. The Ann Arbor City Charter already has the foundations for building a municipal utility. What remains is the cost/benefit analysis. There are several models around the State of Michigan that we can draw upon. Working together we can take our electric grid out of the hands of DTE and put it back in the hands of the people of Ann Arbor. We understand the need for urgent action on climate, and public power is a tool we can use to act.

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