Hopkinsville City Council heard a report from the city's electric utility during the final meeting of 2013.
Hopkinsville Electric System's recent audit came back clean, according to a representative of the auditing agency who spoke.
HES General Manager Austin Carroll gave a comprehensive report on the last year's activities and on the utility's structure.
Carroll says about 80-percent of their revenues go to pay obligations to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
He says the average residential customer in Hopkinsville has a bill lower than all cities of similar size in the area, except Bowling Green.
Carroll says their broadband service has expanded into Trigg and Todd counties and has begun with commercial customers.
HES customers were recently asked to take a survey and Carroll says over 90-percent were at least satisfied with their level of service.
In other business, council approved final reading of ordinances relating to the treatment of pets and regarding the placing of yard sale signs.
Several fire-fighters and police officers were recognized for recent promotions and we will have a separate story on that in the coming days.
Council members Charlie Henderson and Ann Cherry were absent.
Thursday's Committee of the Whole meeting has been canceled.