File January 2014
File January 2014
If you're having difficulty paying your utility bills, please give us a call. We'll work with you to make acceptable payment arrangements. Under certain circumstances, we may also direct you to agencies that may be able to provide assistance. For instance, information on Minnesota's Cold Weather Rule is enclosed as a bill insert in the fall, as well as printed in the newsletter. If you receive a disconnection notice, please call us at 507-373-6421 or 800-734-6421 as soon as possible to make payment arrangements.
The Senate passed a resolution honoring all the linemen for their work in keeping the power on and designating
April 18, 2013 as National Lineman Appreciation Day.
The bill was introduced just last week
Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Services
is pleased to offer to our membership - Questline.
Questline is an online newsletter and resource guide that is geared for residential and business members, and focuses on ways homeowners & business owners can improve energy efficiency and save money.
Need ways to save energy and lower your bill? Sign up for Questline!
Energy conservation tips and recommendations.Non-promotional information and resources that can save you and your household energy and money.Access to an easy-to-search "Energy eLibrary" – filled with valuable resources, tips and more.Access to HVAC, home energy use and carbon-footprint calculators – providing information to help you benchmark your home's energy use and identify energy-saving opportunities.
One of the best parts of this service is that it is delivered directly to your email inbox! You can access all of the energy resources through the newsletter.
Click on "Subscribe to Newsletter" - Residential "Questline" to sign up now for quarterly delivery of the newsletter directly to your inbox or you can click on "View Newsletter Only" to view without registering - the choice is yours.
Business "Questline" does require you to register. This newsletter is published monthly.
Thank you for submitting your information to Freeborn-Mower Cooperative.