Montana-Dakota Utilities, sisters plan cuts
BISMARCK (AP) -- Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. and three sister utilities plan to consolidate five call centers into two, sell an office building in Seattle, do away with customer walk-in traffic and cut about 130 jobs in eight states over the next nine months.
The changes were announced on Tuesday by Dave Goodin, the president and chief executive officer of Montana-Dakota Utilities, Great Plains Natural Gas Co., Cascade Natural Gas Corp., and Intermountain Gas Co.
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