Glidewell To Represent WCEC In Washington

Keeley Glidewell, age 16, a junior at Quitman High School, will represent WCEC at the Government in Action Youth Tour in Washington, D. C. this June. She is the daughter of Stephanie and John Harrell, of Pickton, and Daniel Glidewell of Quitman. At Quitman ISD, Glidewell is an active member of the National Honor Society…

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THIRD-PARTY BILL-PAY WARNING!

THIRD-PARTY BILL-PAY WARNING! What To Know Before You Make That Payment Some people may choose to use an online go-between to pay their bills, like DOXO, My Check Free, and Pay Trust, which are several of many bill payment aggregation sites. With these types of businesses users can pay multiple bills from various companies.  Importantly,…

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Capital Credit Retirement and Payment

Be on the lookout for a little something on your December bill that will make the holidays a little brighter – and the bill load lighter. It’s capital credit retirement time, and that means a little extra jingle in the pockets of all members. That’s because payments are allotted on a percentage basis of the…

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Outage Reporting & Bill Pay App

We never want you to have a power outage, but when you do, the reporting process to get trucks rolling just got eaiser. WCEC’s mobile app allows members to bypass busy phones to quickly report an outage. What’s more, you can use it to pay your WCEC bills, and even view usage, 24/7 from smartphones…

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Pole Inspections

As part of routine maintenance, pole inspection crews from Osmose will be performing pole tests for strength and integrity.  They’ll start on August 15th and are expected to work through December.  They’ll access private property under the authority of WCEC’s easements and guidance, in these areas: Franklin, Camp and Titus Counties to include the Mount…

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