The city of Klamath Falls postpones decision on city run utility due to massive turnout

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The city of Klamath Falls was going vote last night on a city owned utility here in the basin, but the huge crowd forced the cancellation of the meeting.

The city paid for two seperate feasibility studies on the move, and after the reports came out, several businesses in the area spoke out about their unhappiness with the city’s decision to take over the utility from Pacific Power.

The over flow crowd at the meeting last night forced the city council to postpone the vote, and the meeting was rescheduled for January 21st.