Annual meeting postponed

Steuben County REMC is still committed to serving you

Posted on Apr 30 2020 in Steuben County REMC

For over 80 years, Steuben County REMC has prided ourselves in proving safe and reliable electric service to Steuben County. 

During these uncertain times, we are still focusing on providing you, our membership, the highest standard of service. We have taken measures to help keep our membership healthy by closing our drive-thru and lobby to foot traffic, having our staff work swing shifts and sanitizing between to help prevent the chances of cross contamination. Even though our lobby is closed, we are still open and taking phone calls for payments and changes to service. Our online payment options are also available to those that would prefer the safety and convenience to pay from the comfort of your home. 

If COVID-19 has affected you financially, please give our office a call to see how we can work with you in these difficult times. 

Due to the uncertainty of the length of the stay-at-home order from Gov. Eric Holcomb, Steuben County REMC has decided to postpone our annual meeting that was scheduled to take place on June 13 at the Trine Athletic Recreation Center (ARC). This decision was difficult. However we are focusing on the health and safety of our membership. The director petition deadline (April 29) will remain the same for those that are interested. District 1 (Greenfield and Milgrove townships), 2 (Jamestown Township) and 9 (Otego, Richland and Franklin townships) are up for election. 

We are considering a virtual meeting if a physical meeting is not possible.
Regardless of the meeting format, we will ensure our membership will have the opportunity to cast their votes, and have their voice be heard. We are entertaining options that may include absentee and/or online voting. When the date and format are finalized, we will release that information to you as soon as we can. 

Watch for further information through our newsletter, website, email, social media and your monthly bill content.

As we all wade through this evolving situation, we want you to know that Steuben County REMC has been here for you before and will continue to be here for you during these unprecedented time. We are in this together, and together we will come out of this stronger.