Next Board-of-Directors' Meeting
August 23, 2016 at 9:00am
Located in the Wheatland REA Board Room
Summer Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 7am-5:30pm and Closed Fridays
**Message from the line crew...
Being closed Fridays will be a weekly occurance until the end of September. If you are planning electrical work that requires our assistance, please try to schedule it before Friday, if possible. Fridays are overtime days and scheduling work prior to that day will save our members money. Keep in mind; we are here for you when you need us (even on Friday).
If you have a problem, call us at 307-322-2125, 24/7, we will help.
Have a great summer...the "Crew"
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It may not happen in the halls of Congress, but this current administration plans to use numerous federal bureaucracies to fulfill a mission that would vastly alter our way of life and significantly change how we produce and consume energy. Your opinion needs to be heard!
Too busy? Do you have friends or family with no internet access? Stop by the office and sign a consent form to allow us to make comments against the EPA's proposed regulations. Tell those friends and family members without internet to stop by! You, the end user, will not only pay the increase in your personal electric bill, you will pay the increase in electricity for every business whose products you buy: from the "raw materials", to the manufacturer, the shipper (several times), the wholesaler and the retailer. It is vital everyone's voice is heard, so stop by and let us help! You do not have to be a co-op member to let us help you with this.
Questions? Call us! 307-322-2125 or 800-344-3351
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