The Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia sought to reassure investors yesterday that a lawsuit filed recently contesting certain power fees is not a threat to the agency's finances.

The lawsuit, filed July 7 by Calhoun, Ca., alleges that the authority breached contracts governing its sale of power to the city. The suit also contends that the overall method the authority uses to calculate a key power rate is "unfair and discriminatory" to Calhoun.

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