Reality and electric rates don’t go hand in hand, at least not in Rocky Mount, NC. Bronson Williams’ the “truth hurts” radio broadcast is convoluted with misinformation. Allbeit, the same misinformation, day after day after day…
If you live and work in Rocky Mount, you’d be better served to listen to 92.1 “Express Yourself” on Monday nights.
I turned off Bronson’s show the day he told me that the information that Ms Mattie Mozell gave was not true…and he knew it wasn’t true when she said it. I asked him why he didn’t “get her straight” when she call into the show and Bronson said it was NOT up to him to be a mediator.
Well, if the host of the talk show isn’t going to be the mediator, then I don’t know who is…or should be for that matter.
From that day forward, I’ve known Bronson had a hidden agenda with the “truth hurts”. And, that hidden agenda is to get a recall added to the Rocky Mount charter. I really don’t believe Bronson has any “heartfelt” desire to help his local listeners with their light bills. It’s all about the game!
Oh, I have that audio on tape, by the way. So if Bronson wants to play a shell game and say he didn’t say it…..bring it on!
Dose of reality on electric rates relief of a sort
Friday, June 25, 2010
It wasn’t news that anyone who showed up for last week’s town hall in Elizabeth City on electric rates really wanted to hear:
Seven years. That’s how long ElectriCities Chief Executive Officer Graham Edwards says it will be before the exclusive energy-purchasing contract the cooperative he heads has with Raleigh-based Progress Energy expires. That means seven years before the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency — the cooperative that includes Elizabeth City, Edenton and Hertford as members — will be free to pursue possibly cheaper forms of electricity.