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South Barber joins KASB Coalition to protest inflated February natural gas bill

Presents KDH CEO Goodno with Chieftain Award


Yvonne Miller

South Barber Superintendent Dr. Mylo Miller presents a Chieftain Award to Kiowa District Healthcare CEO Janell Goodno for her and the entire hospital staff for their help to the school during the Covid pandemic. Photo by Yvonne Miller

At the May meeting of the South Barber USD #255 Board of Education Monday night, they took action to protest their natural gas bill with Symmetry for February. Superintendent Dr. Mylo Miller said during the arctic blast with sub-zero temperatures, the school's monthly gas bill for February was over $15,000. It's normally $3000 the superintendent said.

The maximum the gas company can charge the school is $4.57/BTU of gas, Miller said. This charge for February was in the neighborhood of $18/BTU of gas.

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