How far can a few dollars go to help the environment? An investment of $5 a month allows you to purchase electricity from renewable energy sources and enhance the local landscape, all by simply signing up for Noble REMC’s EnviroWatts program. And those dollars’ impact will soon be seen locally, as two worthwhile projects from… Continue reading.
There is currently an 8-10 week waiting period for installation once a member has signed up for service and paid the required fees. Some of the materials needed to complete installations are on back order, so the wait times may increase until those items become available.
It was so good to meet in person and see so many of our members at our annual meeting on March 26. Here are a few highlights from the event. Director election There were 3,245 votes cast in the director election this year. It’s encouraging to see our members taking an interest in the leadership… Continue reading.
The most recent addition to the Broadway Broadband Powered by Miami-Cass REMC’s team is Layne DeLauter. She started with the company in March as an accounting specialist and is responsible for entering accounts payable, miscellaneous receivables, bank reconciliations, helping with inventory and filing. DeLauter grew up in Miami County and is a 2011 North Miami… Continue reading.
As a member and owner of LaGrange County REMC, you make an investment in the co-op every time you pay your bill. This collective investment in the co-op benefits you and the community immediately and over time. So what exactly is this monthly investment, and how do you benefit from it? The service charge is… Continue reading.
Every year, as a member of LaGrange County REMC, you have the opportunity to vote for your board of directors. This year includes three uncontested races. District 5 C. Shane Rasler currently serves District 5. He has been an REMC member for 24 years and has served on its board of directors since 2016. Rasler… Continue reading.
In mid-May, every member will receive a letter in the mail from LaGrange County REMC. The letter will outline instructions on how you can vote in the 2022 board of directors election. There are two convenient ways in which you can vote — by mail or online. To vote by mail, simply check the boxes… Continue reading.