Clinton County Electric Cooperative’s Board of Trustees approved a one-time $200,000 refund back to their membership at their Regular Board Meeting held on November 24, 2015.
Members will see their portion of the refund as a bill credit on the bills due December 28, 2015. The average single phase account will receive a bill credit of approximately $25.00. The refund will appear on the bill as “2015 Patronage Refund.”
CCECI Board Chairman Vernon Mohesky stated “Our Operating Margins are over budget for the year and we felt it best to return those dollars to the membership this year instead of retaining them for future patronage retirements.” He further stated, “Since the bills will be due near Christmas, our thought was the bill reduction would help the membership in a possible time of need.”
Please note the Cooperative wants to ensure the membership understands this will not be an annual occurrence.
Have you ever wondered how many people are out of power whenever you are? Please check out our Outage Map to see how many people are out of power. The numbers reflected on the map are based upon the phone calls we have received and some LIMITED prediction capabilities in our Outage Management System. Please do not assume we know you are out of power, and call us at 1-800-526-7282 to report your outage!!
Throughout the year, trees will be trimmed and right-of-ways will be mowed and/or sprayed in areas served by our Shattuc, Trenton and Keyesport Substations by CCEC and/or our contractor: Rensing Tree Service.
CCEC has again contracted with Osmose Utilities Service to inspect and treat (as needed) all electric utility poles served out of the Old State Substation. Osmose will probably start their work in late spring and should be done sometime during the summer of 2016.
The links above will direct you to detailed maps of the areas.
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