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Sustaining a reliable electric system
We’ve all heard the phrase, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” This popular adage is often used in conversation or a story when someone is about to do something foolish or risky. If they heed this advice, it means they did not commit to “one basket,” but instead hedged their bets with multiple options. Continue reading.
By Jake Taylor
Surges in a home’s electrical system can cause damage to sensitive devices like computers, TVs, lights, refrigerators and many other devices. This can be even more severe if the devices are smart appliances that have delicate electronics. That is why it is important for homeowners and renters to protect their investments with surge protection and check with their insurance provider to cover their electronics with a protection plan. Continue reading.
Meet your board candidates
Every year, as a member of LaGrange County REMC, you have the opportunity to vote for your board of directors. This year, we have two candidates who are running uncontested. Continue reading.
How do I cast my vote for the board of directors
In mid-May, every member will be receiving a letter in the mail which will outline the instructions on how to vote for your REMC board of directors — either by sending in the included ballot or by voting online. To vote by mail, simply check the boxes next to your choice of candidate in each… Continue reading.
Welcome our newest employees
LaGrange County REMC recently welcomed two broadband technicians to join in the effort of getting broadband internet to our members. These technicians specialize in all aspects of installing and maintaining the co-op’s fiber-optic lines. Jason Berry was hired in January. He comes to the REMC after 15 years at AT&T, serving as a mobility technician…. Continue reading.
A Wi-Fi thermostat can connect you to savings
Your high-speed internet connection can hook you up with savings — on your heating and cooling costs. As more people gain access to broadband internet connections, they may consider upgrading to a Wi-Fi thermostat. Fortunately, your local electric cooperative offers a $45 rebate for qualifying Wi-Fi thermostat upgrades. And beyond the rebate, a Wi-Fi thermostat… Continue reading.