The replacement of a brush chipper, bucket truck and two pickup trucks totals at $484,000. For an underground residential distributor locator, $5,000 is set aside. A three-phase tester to enable the testing of meters for large accounts on-site and allow for immediate feedback and increase the total number of meters tested will cost $30,000. Replacing the 1994 radio system in LMU trucks and handheld units will cost $53,000.
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LMU 2014 Electric budget Projected revenues $1,224,130 more than 2013 Projected power purchase expenses $2,017,380 more than 2013 employee benefits/development and inspection $75,000 less than 2013 Administrative expenses $284,875 more than 2013 Source: Logansport Municipal Utilities