City of Horton graphic

File photo | Hiawatha World

Horton City Hall can be seen in this undated photo.

The Horton City Commission met earlier this month, coming to an agreement with Evergy to take possession of the Horton Interconnect energy substation. 

Per the Letter of Engagement, the City of Horton will acquire the listed assets for $10, and the substation will be transferred after Evergy removes metering, signs and padlocks.  Horton will own and maintain the substation assets along with the conductor over Hiawatha 73 north of Evergy's new metering point, while Evergy will construct a new 34.5 kV metering point just south of the substation.  

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