, Salem, MA


September 3, 2013

Column: $67 million change raises questions about National Grid study


Second, as to the rate impact on the area as it affects prospective utility charges — to the best of our knowledge, any project approved by the Energy Facilities Siting Board and implemented by the utility will be included in its entire rate base, which encompasses a significant portion of the commonwealth, with millions of customers sharing any increased costs. To imply that Salem or the immediately surrounding area would face distortive cost increases is simply not true.


Michael J. Harrington is a Beverly resident whose family owns the Hawthorne Hotel.




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