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42175 Zevo Drive
PHED Corp. is a family owned business with over 50 years of automation experience. PHED Corp. was founded by the Poullath family in 1994. PHED Corp.'s main products are high speed continuous motion assembly machines ranging from 100-1000 parts per minute, inde... more.
Director, Customer Operations
General Manager and Chief Executive Officer
Director, Customer Service
Customer Service Process Manager
Carmel Chamber of Commerce
Legacy Fund of Hamilton County
Noblesville City Council Member and A Founding Member
Bachelor of Science degree
Indiana State University
Earlier, Mr Jay McCoskey, PHED's Chief Executive Officer, expressed concern over the spate of attacks on the personnel in four states of its operation.
He said that the company's staff on duty in Yenagoa and Bayelsa sustained machete cuts after being attacked by hoodlums while two others were manhandled at Trans Amadi area of Port Harcourt. "Similarly, dogs were released on one of our workers in Calabar while one politicia gave instruction to security guards to beat up our staff in Uyo," he said. McCoskey urged members of the public and groups to desist from molesting, harassing and intimidating PHED personnel in the course of their duty. He said the company's management would stop at nothing until perpetrators were arrested and prosecuted.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mike Whitman will serve as the general manager for Lebanon Utilities following the resignation of Jay McCoskey who recently accepted a position as CEO for Port Harcourt Electric Distribution Company in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
McCoskey served in numerous leadership positions during his time stateside, not only at the helm of Lebanon Utilities but through management positions with Indianapolis Power & Light and Cinergy/PSI as well. Additionally, he previously served leadership positions for utilities in both in Kiev, Ukraine and Jamaica. He has been an active leader within the community as a past president of the Carmel Chamber of Commerce, a former Noblesville City Council member and a founding member of Legacy Fund of Hamilton County. Jay McCoskey Jay McCoskey "Throughout his career, Jay has been an innovator and leader within the utility community, as well as a champion for community-based green initiatives. "The timing of this opportunity was just something I couldn't let pass me by," said McCoskey.
"As a municipally-owned family of utilities, it is always our goal to provide our community with reliable, economical and high quality services in a friendly and courteous manner," said Lebanon Utilities General Manager, Jay McCoskey.
If the City was not collecting this annual amount from the utility, our wastewater rates could be reduced by approximately six percent," said Lebanon Utilities General Manager Jay McCoskey.
Lebanon Utilities assessed options to reduce the projected rate increase to customers. Through their review, staffing efficiencies/reductions were identified, as well delayed spending. Moreover, Lebanon Utilities also was able to reduce the needed original relief percentage from 40% to 32%. "It is our desire to keep our community vibrant and facilitate the ability for future growth," said McCoskey.
While both water (2010) and electric rates (2012) have had increases in recent times, wastewater has not had an increase since 2005," said Jay McCoskey, general manager for Lebanon Utilities.
"Nonetheless, we have been reticent to burden our community during times of economic challenge - and we certainly didn't want to pass along all of these increases at once." Those seven scenarios range from a 26 percent to a 49 percent increase and factor in financing options within the budget as well as re-examining Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) program, according to McCoskey. "By not paying off the $1.4 million over the five year period, Lebanon Utilities could save approximately another two to three percent from the proposed rate increase," said McCoskey. The Lebanon Utilities Service Board is currently evaluating that option relative to the impact of future water rates.