January 21, 2021

Economic Backbone - Energy

Fallout at JEA continues

An attempt to sell the public utility spawns investigations and a lawsuit

Amy Keller | 8/26/2020

Fallout from a failed attempt to privatize JEA has continued over the past several months as a federal grand jury subpoenaed records from Jacksonville’s municipal utility and the Jacksonville City Council conducted its own investigation. A report from the Jacksonville City Council’s special investigatory committee is due by late September.

This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Aaron Zahn; John Mullen; Paul McElroy

 

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