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PLAN TO ATTEND ANNUAL MEETING JULY 28 BEGINNING AT 5:00 PM AT RIVER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL.

2016 Hightlights & Happenings

2016 Highlights and Happenings at The Frontier Power Company

•Joe Wells retired in January with over 25 years of service and Tom Barcroft retired in March with over 42 years of service

• Scholarship winners were: 1st Places –Sarah Holmes, River View High School and Caleb Pendola, River View High School. 2nd Places – Abigail Ambrose, River View High School and Kyle Daugherty, River View High School

• Continued supporting River View Jr. High School: Steve Nelson, Kelly Kendall, Melvin McVay and Chad Miller served the students and staff a cook out on the last day of school, and Kelly Kendall served as chaperone to 8th grade students’ trip to Washington DC in October.

• Hosted the 15th Annual Customer Appreciation Day on May 6th on the Frontier Supply Co. lot with 950 people in attendance

• Sponsored the 35th Annual Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival held in June with employees serving on the Balloon Committee, working the T-Shirt booth, working on balloon crews and delivering propane. This year marked Frontier Power’s tenth year as the major sponsor for this free event

• Bryer Cox, graduate of River View High School, was hired as summer help at Frontier Power before heading to college at Ohio State

• Hired new employees Matt Limburg and Lucas Landaker for the right-of-way department

• Kelly Kendall volunteered at the annual Coshocton Jr. Fair Auction

• About 900 members and guests attended the Annual Meeting held on July 29th at River View High School

• Board members were elected by mail and announced at Annual Meeting – Incumbents Ann-Gano- McCleary Representing District B-II, Tuscarawas County and Larry Blair representing District D, Coshocton County were re-elected

•Steve Finton was re-elected to the Frontier Propane board representing District A – Coshocton, Licking & Muskingum Counties while David P. Mizer was re-elected to the Frontier Propane board representing District B – Holmes, Tuscarawas, Guernsey & Knox Counties 

• Steven K. Nelson, General Manager, was re-elected as chairman of Buckeye Power, Inc. Board of Trustees for his 21st term

• Returned approximately $51,000 in credits on December electric bills for members who have a water heater control switch to help beat the peak

• Returned approximately $3,100 in credits on June, July, August and September electric bills for members who participate in the “Cool Returns” program

• Issued grants with funds generated from the “Frontier Power Community Connections Fund” helping organizations totaling $47,800

• Set up a display and participated in Open House at the Coshocton County Career Center in February and also set up displays at the Tuscarawas and Coshocton County Fairs in the fall

• Returned approximately $200,660 in general retirement capital credits to current and former members and $215,338 was paid to estates

• Refurbished Darling substation

• Completed upgrades at all substations to receive new Aclara meter technology

• Continued changing out meters to the new Aclara system on entire service area

• Built secure area with cover to house propane trucks

• Began building extension onto main garage to house vehicles  

• Service progress included 98 new connections, 55 individual upgrades, 78 pole changes and 20 new security lights installed

•Replaced and rebuilt approximately 12 miles of line

• Purchased property adjoining to the north side of Frontier Power

• Took delivery in July of two propane powered vehicles

Many changes reflective of the progress Frontier Power is making have happened this past year. The new ACLARA meter system is nearing completion and brings better service to our members. Keeping equipment and vehicles upgraded allows employees to serve our members safely and efficiently. New programs and rebates offer members more discounts and ways to save energy. Community involvement and support has expanded greatly in the last few years. Together with Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives and Touchstone Energy we look forward to the progress we can make to better serve our members.   

 

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