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Unanimously, the Bryan Board of Public Affairs, including members Tom Sprow, left, and Karen Ford, pictured here, voted to give more than $1 million in reimbursements back to the customers through the power supply cost adjustment.

Bryan Municipal Utilities received more than $1 million in overcharge reimbursements that it will bring back to customers.

The Board of Public Affairs agreed to put that money into the power supply cost adjustment during their meeting Tuesday evening, saving customers from a price surge if it is unseasonably warm or cold throughout the year.

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