South Barber joins KASB Coalition to protest inflated February natural gas bill
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May 12, 2021
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.
SB USD #255 joined about 50 other Kansas school districts to be in the Kansas Association...