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Unclaimed capital credits await former members
LaGrange County REMC is attempting to locate former members who have unclaimed capital credits. These capital credits were retired and issued during 2018 for persons who received electricity from REMC during 1994 and 2017. Click here to see the list!
Introducing broadband service to you
We have some exciting news to announce: The start of LaGrange County REMC Broadband, a high-speed fiber-optic internet project for our members!
With key financial support from the LaGrange County Commissioners and Council in the form of a $5 million grant from the Major Moves fund last November, we were able to secure the additional financing needed to build a gigabit-speed broadband network. Continue reading.
2021 LaGrange County REMC Annual Meeting Recap
Thanks to those who joined us for our virtual annual meeting on June 11.
For those who couldn’t attend live, you can view the meeting on our Facebook page. CEO Mark Leu provided a glimpse into how 85 years after LaGrange County REMC brought electricity to LaGrange County, we’ll plan to do the same thing with our new broadband project. Continue reading.
Broadband internet is coming!
It’s coming! High-speed internet!
As we mentioned in our July 2021 CEO’s column, LaGrange County REMC is excited to roll out our next step in bringing fiber-optic broadband to LaGrange County.
Please visit the website broadband.lagrangeremc.com to pre-register for broadband service. You can view all our service areas, pricing and packages and see what we’ve been working on to bring lightning-fast broadband to you, our members! Continue reading.
Don’t fall victim to utility scams
Every day, millions of Americans are targeted by scammers through phone calls, emails, text messages, online or in person. Scammers’ tactics can change daily, which is why it’s important for consumers to stay on top of the latest scam reports from local and national news outlets, as well as your local utility companies. Just last… Continue reading.
Keeping your cool
During the severely sweltering summer, planning ahead to save energy can keep you cool while helping the environment — and even get you some green back! People know the basic rules of supply and demand — when demand goes up, the price typically goes up. The same goes for electricity: when businesses are operating and… Continue reading.