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Thats enough

Leavenworth, IN

#21 Mar 31, 2010
do it already wrote:
call allen anderson in somerset he is the co-op manager call ruby patterson she is the assistant manager, the people at the branch offices can not do anything about the high prices we all pay, so , if you want to talk to the higher ups, call the sommerset main office and ask to speak to either of the above mentioned.
Yeh, call them. AA took home with salaries and deferred benefit compensation in 2008 over $265,000. While poor RP only brought home over $120,000. The poor president of EKP in 2008 in salaries and other compensation only made over $500,000, which is crazy since he has been the President since Dec. 2006.(sarcasm)These people should make a lot more money. Have the paperwork to prove it. Search IRS Form 990 East Kentucky Power or South KY Rural Electric.
That's all for now.

“C-C-L”

Since: Jun 09

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#22 Mar 31, 2010
The first crates of sleek new electric meters have arrived in Somerset. Workers at RECC have started installing them at homes and businesses in Pulaski County and will soon expand into neighboring counties.

The best parts of these new devices are hidden away inside -(internal computer chips) that allow each meter to send and receive information to and from the co-op's substations and offices.
My Understanding

Perryville, AR

#23 Mar 31, 2010
It was my understanding that some time back East Kentucky Power had to do some major repairs or new construction or something. Weren't we told then that those cost would be passed on to EKP customers? If I'm remembering correctly, then RECC is paying more for the power they supply us with and have in turn passed those increases on to us, their customers. Some have implied that they think it's only the past TVA customers that are feeling this rate increase. Our family has been a customer of SKRECC for the past 22 years and we too have experienced the same rate increases as everyone else. Someone suggested calling Allen Anderson or Ruby Patterson for answers. They may be able to give you answers, but they aren't the ones who set electric rates. I would assume that this task would be something the board of directors handles.
some one

London, KY

#24 Mar 31, 2010
recc dont care
how

Leavenworth, IN

#25 Mar 31, 2010
i live on a fixed income and can barely make ends meet now i dont no what is going to happen if these bills dont go down it is eat or have electric a poor person just cant make it
phooey

London, KY

#26 Mar 31, 2010
i think they are ripping people off and if you file a complaint online with the federal utilities commission it will get straight fast they are not allowed by law to make a profitt and there is too many hydroelectric dams here. i file mine and they agree irs too high if we all complain we alkl mighht get money back from the crooks/
Tell Me

Somerset, KY

#27 Mar 31, 2010
Fereral Utilities Commission ?? I can't find it, can you give me an address?
phooey

London, KY

#28 Mar 31, 2010
sure give me a minute, see thewy changed its name, federal energy regulatory commission, FERC of all things the address is www.ferc.gov . thank you its a mess to navigate so please be patient and get r done i am doing more on there now
Tell Me

Somerset, KY

#29 Apr 1, 2010
I went to the FERC website and found this;

Areas considered outside of FERC's jurisdiction are:

Economic Regulation
Retail electricity and natural gas sales to consumers;
Oil company mergers and acquisitions;
Regulation of municipal power systems, federal power marketing agencies like the Tennessee Valley; Authority, and most rural electric cooperatives;

Are you sure this is where you filed a complaint and they told you it was too high?
Could it have been somewhere else?
phooey

London, KY

#30 Apr 1, 2010
yea but if you look in the blue header and read what they do its there told you it was hard to navigate there is a place for complaints where we file also a thread to file a complaint with the kentucky power who is the one hat sells it to recc
Thats enough

Leavenworth, IN

#31 Apr 1, 2010
Here is where to send complaints. If enough people step up, then something can change.

Kentucky Attorney General
[email protected]

Contact Kentucky Public Service Commission at [email protected]
That's all for now.
Thats enough

Leavenworth, IN

#32 Apr 1, 2010
Send e-mail to
[email protected]
Hmmmmm

Clinton, IA

#33 Apr 5, 2010

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