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The news came like a thunderclap.
Progress Energy Florida announced on Friday, May 1 that it will be unable to start construction of the proposed $17 billion Levy County nuclear power plant for 20 months.
But they company tempered that with an announcement that customers’ monthly power bills won’t as large as expected in 2010.
County officials are taking a positive look at the twin announcement saying it allows them to better plan for the arrival of the plant and the 3,700 construction and 800 permanent jobs that accompany it.
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