Cooperative Review - July 2019
Vol69-7 July 2019

Help children stay safe around power lines

It’s time for fun in the sun as children are out of school and we are in the thick of summer. Warm weather brings a lot of children outside to play, and SMECO wants everyone to stay safe.

Electricity always tries to find the easiest path to ground. The best way to stay safe around overhead power lines is to never become that easiest path. Help your children understand these safety tips to keep themselves and their friends safe.

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Make bill paying easier

Month after month, it’s the same thing. Stacks of bills jammed into your mail box, hours spent paying bills; or worse, you get caught up in the busy day to day, forget to pay a bill and then end up with late notices and fees to pay. Set it and forget it with SMECO, and let bill payments manage themselves.

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Around Town Calendar

Visit the Around Town Calendar to find out about upcoming events in Southern Maryland.

Join CoolSentry to save

SMECO’s load management program—CoolSentry—helps save energy and money during the summer months.

Signing up

CoolSentry is an opt-in program. Members of the cooperative who would like to participate can call 1-866-921-9474 or visit smecocoolsentry.com to enroll.

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Your feedback is requested

Do you have a home or business in Charles County? If so, please take a few minutes to respond to a questionnaire regarding internet service. The questionnaire can be found on the front page of the County’s website at www.charlescountymd.gov.

Charles County Government is currently gathering information to pinpoint areas where high-speed internet service is not available. The information collected from the questionnaire will only be used to analyze areas in the County that have access to internet service and those that do not.

If you would like a copy of the questionnaire mailed to you, please contact the County at BroadbandTaskForce@CharlesCountyMD.gov.

Your 2019 annual meeting ballot will be mailed around July 22.

You can vote online or by mail.

All completed ballots must be received by August 22, 2019.