District Number 1 Consists of Vienna, Lexington, and Johnson townships in Scott County; Saluda Township in Jefferson County; and Washington, Bethlehem and Owen townships in Clark County. Candy Meyer 1467 Paula Drive, Scottsburg, IN 47170 Meyer is the incumbent director seeking re-election in District 1 and is running unopposed. She is the owner-founder of Minds-in-Motion,… Continue reading.
We all have a product or brand we loyally purchase time after time. With that in mind, consider how many times the CEO of the company making that product has asked you to vote for the board of directors or offer input into business decisions. For most people, the answer is few to none. Electric… Continue reading.
Bartholomew County REMC 2019 Annual MeetingTuesday, April 16 Columbus North High School Auditorium Registration and entertainment featuring Beatles tribute band — The Rigbys — from 5:30-7 p.m. Business meeting begins at 7 p.m. Kids’ program for ages 4-11. Each member will receive an energy efficiency kit and a $20 bill credit for attending the meeting.
Once again, voting materials will be sent to the home of each member prior to the annual meeting. Election materials in the pictured envelope will be mailed to each member in the middle of March. You will have the chance to vote for directors and nominating committee candidates prior to the annual meeting. We are… Continue reading.
2019 board of directors candidates District 2: Dr. John D. Harker – IncubentAndy Hunnicutt District 5:Ron Arnholt – IncubentEric Scheidt District 7Janet Anthony – IncubentRob Baltus 2019 Nominating Committee Candidates District 2:Scott StrietelmeierJim Tedder District 5:George HegeJason Schroer District 7:Rachel Flohr-DavidEric Wohlford Find a full bio of each candidate in your mailed annual meeting packet.
Outage Reporting Methods Bartholomew County REMC offers multiple ways to report an outage: Call our outage call center at 800-927-5672. Please make sure you have the phone number you will be calling from listed on your billing account so that outages can be reported automatically if a live agent is not available. Report an outage… Continue reading.
One of Kankakee Valley REMC’s time-honored traditions is its annual meeting. The annual meeting is more than just a meeting though; this event allows us to interact with our member-consumers, hear questions and concerns, and update the membership on co-op and industry activities. But perhaps most importantly at the meeting, members can vote to elect… Continue reading.
If you are a member-consumer of Kankakee Valley REMC who resides in District 1 or District 2, there is still time to petition for candidacy for the KV REMC board of directors. Petitions must be returned by April 1, and interested member-consumers must attend a meeting March 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kankakee Valley… Continue reading.
When it comes to saving energy, we’re all in this together — literally. That’s because the time of day our member-consumers use power determines how much that power costs. It’s basic supply and demand: When everybody’s using electricity, it costs more and puts a bigger strain on the system. Your co-op has a solution for… Continue reading.
The end of January will be a time to remember. Our area experienced record-breaking cold. The sub-zero temperatures forced us to remember that when it comes to your electric bill, weather matters. As our member-consumers received their bills in February for electricity used, we are hearing, “why is my winter electric bill higher?” The frigid… Continue reading.
Look for this column each month as we feature local businesses offering an instant discount to Kankakee Valley REMC members. Just show your Co-op Connections® Card and enjoy! Currie Motors Ford 2052 Morthland Dr., Valparaiso 219.336.1373 front end wheel alignments – $99.95 (normally $119.95) Best Western University Inn at Valparaiso 760 Morthland Dr., Valparaiso 219.850.1100… Continue reading.
Kankakee Valley REMC’s Chris Lawler was among the 21 lineworkers who graduated from the Rural Electric Apprenticeship Program (REAP) in January. Administrated by Indiana Electric Cooperatives, REAP is a four-year program that professionally trains apprentice lineworkers from across Indiana. Lawler, a four-year employee with KV REMC, came to the cooperative from Walkerton Utilities where he… Continue reading.