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  • Moreau-Grand members will vote on new districts--By Kathy NelsonMoreau-Grand Electric Co-op members will vote on proposed new district boundaries at their annual meeting in October. Moreau-Grand Manager Melissa Maher explained that the purpose of redrawing the districts is to equalize the number of Moreau-Grand members within the five districts.“The idea is a simple concept of having the same representation of membership per director,” Maher said. With 3900 members, the optimum number per district would be 783. Read more »thumbnail
  • Manager's ReportManager’s Report – September Newsletter The board approved a $350,000 general capital credit retirement at the July board meeting for a December payment schedule. The plan involves completing years 1986 and 1987 for $139,000 with the balance distributed to all members up through 2013 who are eligible for a capital credit payment. All current rate payers will once again see their credit applied to their account. Your co-op will have refunded over $6.3 million back to the members in capital credits by year-end 2014. There will not be a director election at the annual meeting scheduled for October 3rd in Timber Lake. Petitions were available from June 20th through July 21st. The following members filed a petition: District #1 Clint Clark from Morristown; District #2 Barb Begeman from Isabel; District #3 Pat Aberle from Trail City; and District #5 Kerry Mc Lellan from Lantry. Long-term directors Rod Schad and Alan Johnson both chose not to seek re-election after each serving the membership for twenty-one years. Read more »thumbnail
  • Commitment To CommunityAt a time in our country when Congress is struggling to balance its own books the EPA is looking at regulations that may double what we pay for electricity. I will say that again, “MAY DOUBLE WHAT WE PAY FOR ELECTRICITY”. Read more »
  • Protect Your Valuable CropThis year's wet spring could pose safety hazards for area farmers and ranchers. Moreau-Grand Electric Cooperative is encouraging area producers to stack hay bales away from power lines. Our electric co-op is concerned that some members may be tempted to stack their bales below power lines. That’s a bad idea. Stacking bales beneath power lines also could pose Read more »thumbnail
  • Membership Update FormMoreau-Grand Electric Cooperative is in the process of updating our membership files. With your help, we can make sure we have the most up to date information. This is very important during an outage. Read more »
  • Investing In YourselfThere are many good reasons to conserve energy. As individuals, if we use less gas, oil and electricity, we will save money. If we all do it as a nation, we can reduce our dependence on foreign sources and slow the need to build additional plants and refineries. Conservation of energy has both personal and societal benefits. Read more »
  • Online Energy Audit ToolMoreau-Grand Electric Cooperative joins the other Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives throughout the nation in offering co-op members another tool to manage their energy use and reduce costs. Read more »
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