In June, the city released a statement warning citizens that energy suppliers were misrepresenting themselves as the city's new energy supplier.
At tonight's city council meeting several Aldermen mentioned they're still receiving complaints from constituents, many who have entered contracts with these companies.
Now city leaders are questioning the legality of these companies pressuring residents to enter agreements saying they're preying on the elderly.
"Any time you coerce somebody into doing something by misinformation I don't think that's a valid contract and those people should be allowed out of those contracts with no penalties," said 4th Ward Alderman Carl Wasco.
Alderman Linda McNeely
is holding a meeting for residents with questions. Representatives from the
The meeting will be
held tomorrow night at 6:30 P.M. at St. Anthony's Church located at