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June 3, 2014 10:27 PM

Horry Electric Cooperative consumers to split $6 million lawsuit settlement

Conway-based Horry Electric Cooperative will spend $6 million to settle claims that a Good Cents program designed to reduce energy costs in new home construction caused moisture and mold growth inside the walls of some area homes, according to court documents.

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