JEFFERSON CITY — More than five years after the catastrophic collapse of a utility's reservoir sent a billion gallons of water tumbling down a southeastern Missouri mountain, Ameren Missouri has built a new and better replacement. Now, the power company wants to recover from its electric customers some of the cost for building it, sparking criticism from consumer advocates.
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