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 Willie Mae Clark of Gulfport was worried about her power being shut off because funding has been pulled from the agency helping her, Gulf Coast Community Action Agency. But Clark called Mississippi Power on Tuesday and found out the bill has been paid.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Willie Mae Clark of Gulfport was worried about her power being shut off because funding has been pulled from the agency helping her, Gulf Coast Community Action Agency. But Clark called Mississippi Power on Tuesday and found out the bill has been paid.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD Willie Mae Clark of Gulfport was worried about her power being shut off because funding has been pulled from the agency helping her, Gulf Coast Community Action Agency. But Clark called Mississippi Power on Tuesday and found out the bill has been paid.

Power bills for poor being paid during agency transition

January 05, 2016 03:51 PM

UPDATED January 05, 2016 03:51 PM

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