Reluctant Murray pays $141,666 UTOPIA tab, but is hardly sold
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While other cities have balked temporarily at contributing to UTOPIA’s operating expenses, only Murray has withheld them entirely — until now.
Taxpayers in all 11 UTOPIA cities will remain on the hook for UTOPIA’s debt even if the futuristic grid shuts down or is sold.
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