DALLAS – Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin appointed a panel Monday to examine the operations of Grand River Dam Authority as agency trustees prepare to vote on a $380 million revenue bond proposal.

GRDA directors are scheduled to meet Wednesday to vote on the plan to use the revenue bonds to build a $300 million generating plant that burns natural gas to replace an aging unit that burns coal. The agency also wants to upgrade the environmental protection equipment at an existing coal-fired plant for $80 million.

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