Tyler residents may have overpaid for gas for the last 15 years, that's what city officials claim. Now, after more than five years of legal wrangling, the State of Texas says they may be right.
The City says Centerpoint Energy Entex was paying too much for the gas it was buying, in turn passing that high price off to customers. Now the case will be officially reviewed by the State. The result could create a windfall for affected residents.
"It's one possibility is that you and I as gas customers in Tyler might get a credit on our bill or we might actually get a refund," City of Tyler Attorney Gary Landers said.
Landers says a decision could be made as early as this Summer.
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