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.
Tim Radcliff joined LaGrange County REMC as the fiber operations supervisor in late February. He oversees broadband installation, cable maintenance, along with other fiber-related processes. Radcliff has worked in the communications industry for over 25 years, but wanted to get out of the corporate world. “I like the idea of being member-focused. The co-ops are… Continue reading.
At Jay County REMC, we recognize Electrical Safety Month every May, but we also know the importance of practicing safety year-round. From our co-op crews to you, the members we serve, we recognize that everyone has a part to play in prioritizing safety. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, thousands of people in the… Continue reading.
When a major storm causes widespread damage, electricity cannot be restored with the flip of a switch. Here’s how it’s done methodically, efficiently and safely. Every electric cooperative follows a basic principle when it comes to restoring power: priority is given to the lines that get the most back in service the quickest. Repairs start… Continue reading.
By Wabash Valley Power Alliance Did you know Jay County REMC is a member of another cooperative? Your co-op is a member of Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), a not-for-profit generation and transmission electric cooperative made up of 23 electric co-ops across Indiana, Illinois and Missouri. So just like your co-op is member-owned, Wabash Valley… Continue reading.
May 6: We will be spending the day at East Elementary sharing the EEK (Electrical Education for Kids) program with the first grade classes. May 9 – June 1: We will have two display cases at the Jay County Public Library filled with items in honor of May being Electrical Safety Month. Annual Meeting Update:… Continue reading.