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February 29, 2012 12:00 AM

Taxpayers stuck with higher bills after Rock Hill raises electric rates

Her name is Sallie Pickett, and at 69, retired from a lifetime of working in a Johnson & Johnson factory, she walked into the Rock Hill City Hall on Tuesday to pay her $143 utility bill. That number will likely go up this summer when electric rates rise.

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