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PSO Customers' Bills Going Up

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The Oklahoma Corporation Commission approved an $81 million rate hike on Wednesday. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission approved an $81 million rate hike on Wednesday.

Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has approved an $81.4 million rate increase for Public Service Company of Oklahoma.

The order signed Wednesday will increase the average residential customer's bill by an estimated 7.6 percent.

The Tulsa-based company had initially requested an overall increase in rates and other charges of $126.6 million, and the referee in the case recommended an increase of $92.5 million.

The rate increase includes $7.7 million for programs such as burying lines to diminish power failures during bad weather.

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