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Hijacking customers from another company is one way to increase your customer base.  Should the city be allowed to claim all customers from a public utility in exchange for compensation?  How will it impact customers?  “The City of North Little Rock has identified a recently annexed area that is currently served by Entergy Arkansas where it would like the North Little Rock Electric Department to provide electric utility service,” said Brandi Hinkle, a spokeswoman for Entergy Arkansas.  The Electric Department is a major revenue generator for the city.  

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