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1 week ago

Georgia EMC

Congrats to all who competed in last weekend’s Georgia Lineman’s Rodeo! The event, now in its 25th year, gives line workers from across the state the opportunity to display the skills and talent necessary to succeed in their profession.

National studies consistently rank power line installers and repairers among the most dangerous jobs in the country. Laboring high in the air wearing heavy equipment while working directly with high voltage creates the perfect storm for what can be a dangerous and unforgiving profession. Even so, your EMC line workers are committed to safety and the challenges of the job—on competition day and every day!Our award-winning linemen did it again! One of GreyStone’s rodeo teams placed first overall over the weekend at the Georgia Lineman’s Rodeo, and one our apprentice linemen took home fifth place overall for the apprentices. We are thankful for all of our employees that participated.
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Congrats to all who competed in last weekend’s Georgia Lineman’s Rodeo! The event, now in its 25th year, gives line workers from across the state the opportunity to display the skills and talent necessary to succeed in their profession.

National studies consistently rank power line installers and repairers among the most dangerous jobs in the country. Laboring high in the air wearing heavy equipment while working directly with high voltage creates the perfect storm for what can be a dangerous and unforgiving profession. Even so, your EMC line workers are committed to safety and the challenges of the job—on competition day and every day!

 

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Congratulations guys.

Good Job Guys!

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2 weeks ago

Georgia EMC

More than 100 EMC directors and staff traveled from Georgia to the nation’s capital last week to educate members of Congress on the unique benefits of the cooperative business model, as well as priority issues that affect EMCs' ability to provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity and related services.

We appreciate our legislators taking this time to engage with co-op leaders. NRECA #CoopsInDC
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It's a rip off to charge somebody $20 customer charge across the board whether their bill is only $35 or the giant Mc mansions that bill is $400 you should pro rate that charge according to who uses most

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3 weeks ago

Georgia EMC

At Georgia EMC, we are grateful the state’s 41 local electric cooperatives now have the opportunity to explore ways to expand broadband services for their members. We want to thank Governor Brian Kemp for his support of #RuralBroadband and for signing this legislation into law. While there are no quick fixes, EMCs pledge to be a part of the solution for Georgia’s rural broadband needs. ...

At Georgia EMC, we are grateful the state’s 41 local electric cooperatives now have the opportunity to explore ways to expand broadband services for their members. We want to thank Governor Brian Kemp for his support of #RuralBroadband and for signing this legislation into law. While there are no quick fixes, EMCs pledge to be a part of the solution for Georgia’s rural broadband needs.

 

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I want to voice my disgust that my elec bill was only $34 but with your stupid $20 " customer charge" it was $64 with taxes and that unlawful $20

Congrats!!! Yeah!!!

Congratulations to those who worked so hard to make this happen!

Yes, Yes, Yes 🇺🇸🇺🇸😊😊👍👍

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