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Posted on Feb 27 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

Pole treating begins this spring

To help maintain high quality and reliable service while delivering electricity to our members, Southern Indiana Power conducts several annual preventative maintenance programs.

One such measure is utility pole inspection and treatment. Southern Indiana Power contracts with a company to treat utility poles in a rotating cycle. Crews from Geoforce will be in the Dale, Mariah Hills, Fulda and St. Meinrad areas for approximately three months, beginning in April through June. They will inspect and treat approximately 3,000 poles in this cycle.

Energy Assistance Program deadline

Participants in the Energy Assistance Program are reminded that the moratorium on disconnection for nonpayment ends March 15. Accounts assisted by EAP must be brought up to date before then or they may be disconnected the following day. If you have questions about your account, please call the office before March 15.

Rachael Goldsberry named manager of member services 

Rachael Goldsberry


Southern Indiana Power is pleased to announce Rachael Goldsberry has been named the manager of member services at the cooperative effective Jan. 17.  Her responsibilities will include all matters related to marketing, advertising, sales, key accounts and member services.

Previously, Goldsberry worked as a marketing specialist at Versteel in Jasper where she had extensive experience in advertising, marketing, sales, account management, web content and social media platforms.

She has a bachelor’s degree in advertising from Murray State University.

Goldsberry resides in Spencer County with her husband, Jon, and two children, Jett and Gianna. She also loves sports, camping and spending time with her family and friends.

The employees and directors wish to congratulate Rachael and wish her well in her new position.