While we deal with this bout of winter weather some rural electric coops are still fighting over a storm that hit a year ago Wednesday. Two inches of ice blanketed northeast Kansas bringing down hundreds of miles of power lines.
A committee representing 22 rural electric cooperatives and five municipal systems is meeting with FEMA representatives Tuesday and Wednesday.
FEMA estimates the damage to the power systems at $39 million. The power companies believe it will take $340 million to cover repair costs.