To our members: The primary purpose of this letter is to inform our membership that the 2020 Marshall County REMC Annual Meeting is canceled. As you know, the bylaws require the REMC to hold an Annual Meeting each year in order to advise and disclose to the membership the financial position and the general status… Continue reading.
To help our members during the COVID-19 pandemic, Marshall County REMC temporarily suspended service disconnections due to nonpayment of bills. As our community recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, starting on June 11, Marshall County REMC will resume disconnections for accounts with a past due balance. We want to help you avoid disconnection of your electric… Continue reading.
Marshall County Fiber, a partnership between Marshall County REMC and RTC Communications, continues to expand. Marshall County Fiber now has the ability to serve over 400 homes with dependable, high-speed internet. Long-term, Marshall County Fiber’s goal is to make sure all Marshall County REMC members have broadband access. The opportunity to serve Marshall County REMC… Continue reading.
Amidst everything going on, the Operation Round Up program continues to serve our community. The Operation Round Up board granted $6,050 to the following organizations. The Marshall County Crossroads (MCC) Regional Planning Team Inc., in partnership with United Way and Marshall County Community Foundation, received funding to assist with its “Fund the Essentials” campaign. The… Continue reading.
Years of Service: 35 Title: Work Order Clerk Ronda and her husband, Jeff, have three children: Adam (wife Chalee), Ryan and Sydney. They also have two basset hounds, Bert and Ernie. She enjoys shopping for antiques, landscaping and volunteer work. She recently retired from the Argos EMS after 15 years of service. Thank… Continue reading.
After a long winter and spring — and months of quarantine — many are itching to get outside. The warmer northwest Indiana weather will certainly coax your family to enjoy more outdoor activities. But while you transition from spring to summer, you may forget about some of the dangers outside. Kankakee Valley REMC is responsible… Continue reading.
KV REMC’s Annual Meeting has been rescheduled for Sept.10. It will be held at the Porter County Expo Center. Watch for more information in upcoming editions of Indiana Connection.
As detailed in last month’s Indiana Connection, Kankakee Valley REMC’s contractor will begin spraying along our right-of-ways the first of July. The work is being done by The Daltons. The contract crews will focus on brush and small woody plant chemical vegetation control in the areas shown on the map. This foliage poses a risk… Continue reading.
We want to make it easy for you to pay your Kankakee Valley REMC electric bill. Many convenient payment options are available that require you to never leave the safe comforts of your home. In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, KV REMC suspended the disconnection of electric service for non-payment and suspended… Continue reading.
Kankakee Valley REMC offers an array of opportunities to inspire our next generation of leaders. Two opportunities that take place over the summer are Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., and Touchstone Energy Camp at Camp Tecumseh. Both experiences are so much more than sightseeing and fun, they provide participants with experiences to help them deepen… Continue reading.
A public WiFi hot spot is now available in the KV REMC East Parking Lot. Connect to the high-speed internet using the “KV REMC Public Access” wireless network. This service is Free and available to anyone 24/7.
Your electric cooperative is run by a democratically elected board of directors. If you are interested in leading your cooperative, then consider running for directorship in this year’s election. You must attend the mandatory meeting on June 23 at the REMC beginning at 6:30 p.m. CDT to be placed on the election ballot.Director elections will… Continue reading.