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Elden Chumley

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Monash Union of Berwick Students Inc

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Monash Union of Berwick Students Inc

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MUBS (Monash Union of Berwick Students) is your energetic and friendly student association who are there to provide you with great services, activities and academic representation during your time at Berwick. First and foremost, we want to make sure that you h...more

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DF6.sandmountainreporter.com

The Albertville Municipal Utility Board said it plans to postpone increasing customers' electric rates due to high bills anticipated in the next couple of months, until sometime in the spring, according to Elden Chumley, MUB's general manager.
"Our board has said, 'OK, we've gotten permission to do this, but let's not do this right now because it's going to be difficult enough right now. Let's just wait and do it at a more opportune time,'" Chumley said. Chumley said customers will probably see higher bills, but it will not be because of the rate increase. In December, there were 16 nights where temperatures fell below freezing, and Chumley said the Tennessee Valley Authority set daily energy demand records during the previous week. Chumley said that even though many customers do not necessarily turn the heat up, the colder temperatures will make the heating units work harder and draw more electricity. The increase was expected to start in February, but Chumley said MUB board members spoke with the mayor's office and city council about the delay and decided it was the best course of action in order to lessen the burden of the recent weather on customers. "The extreme temperatures, over an extended period of time, will cause many customers to see a significant increase in their utility bill," Chumley said. "Customers normally experience a higher bill in January; however, this winter season will be one of the highest." The Albertville City Council passed a resolution, which would allow the MUB board of directors to raise the electric rates, along with water rates, during a council meeting on Jan. 4. "I think the MUB board and Elden Chumley made a fantastic decision by delaying the increase," Albertville Mayor Lindsey Lyons said.


electrification.love.com

The Albertville Municipal Utility Board said it plans to postpone increasing customers' electric rates due to high bills anticipated in the next couple of months, until sometime in the spring, according to Elden Chumley, MUB's general manager.
"Our board has said, 'OK, we've gotten permission to do this, but let's not do this right now because it's going to be difficult enough right now. Let's just wait and do it at a more opportune time, Chumley said. Chumley said customers will probably see higher b I think the MUB board and Elden Chumley made a fantastic decision by delaying the increase-Lindsey Lyons


sandmountainreporter.com

Elden Chumley, MUB's general manager, said the rate increase was being introduced in phases in order to lessen the economic impact for MUB's customers.


www.sandmountainreporter.com [cached]

According to Larry Harvey, general manager and chief executive officer, and Elden Chumley, director of operations for MUB, at some point during the installation, an electrical flashover occurred from a nearby overhead-energized conductor, traveling down the path of the pole to ground level.


www.flyalabama.com [cached]

We'd like to have the preliminary work done within a month," Elden Chumley, director of operations at MUB, said."We're certainly excited about this though.We're looking to assist the city in any way we can in regards to the expansion of the airport."Cofield and Chumley both said the project, if completed, would benefit the entire airport, not just AIC.


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