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Jay McCoskey

General Manager and Chief Executive Officer

Lebanon Utilities

Direct Phone: (765) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

Lebanon Utilities

One Municipal Plaza 401 S. Meridian Street

Lebanon, Indiana 46052

United States

Company Description

Lebanon Utilities is a municipally-owned family of utilities providing electric, sewer, and water services to the City of Lebanon and the Town of Ulen. In addition, the Company serves the Town of Elmwood with sewer and water and manages and operates storm... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Port Harcourt Electric Distribution Company

Director, Customer Service

Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd

Customer Service Process Manager

Austin Energy

Affiliations

Noblesville City Council Member and A Founding Member
Legacy Fund of Hamilton County

Education

Bachelor of Science degree
Marketing
Indiana State University

Web References (38 Total References)


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The rodent somehow managed to reach a 69,000 volt bushing, causing it to short out, Lebanon Utilities General Manager Jay McCoskey said Monday afternoon.

The outage, at about 11 a.m., affected central areas of Lebanon that are served by a substation on Evans Street, McCoskey said.
Customers affected by the outage had to be transferred to other substations, he said. Power was restored to all customers between 5 and 6 p.m.
Squirrel-related power outages tend to peak in spring and fall, McCoskey said.
In an unrelated issue, telephone and email service to Lebanon Utilities and other city agencies was knocked out Monday after a computer server failed.
McCoskey said the server had been taken off line for maintenance and then reconnected.
It appeared that the server failed about 6:30 a.m. Monday, he said.


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The rodent somehow managed to reach a 69,000 volt bushing, causing it to short out, Lebanon Utilities General Manager Jay McCoskey said Monday afternoon.

The outage, at about 11 a.m., affected central areas of Lebanon that are served by a substation on Evans Street, McCoskey said.
Customers affected by the outage had to be transferred to other substations, he said. Power was restored to all customers between 5 and 6 p.m.
Squirrel-related power outages tend to peak in spring and fall, McCoskey said.
In an unrelated issue, telephone and email service to Lebanon Utilities and other city agencies was knocked out Monday after a computer server failed.
McCoskey said the server had been taken off line for maintenance and then reconnected.
It appeared that the server failed about 6:30 a.m. Monday, he said.


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The rodent somehow managed to reach a 69,000 volt bushing, causing it to short out, Lebanon Utilities General Manager Jay McCoskey said Monday afternoon.

The outage, at about 11 a.m., affected central areas of Lebanon that are served by a substation on Evans Street, McCoskey said.
Customers affected by the outage had to be transferred to other substations, he said. Power was restored to all customers between 5 and 6 p.m.
Squirrel-related power outages tend to peak in spring and fall, McCoskey said.
In an unrelated issue, telephone and email service to Lebanon Utilities and other city agencies was knocked out Monday after a computer server failed.
McCoskey said the server had been taken off line for maintenance and then reconnected.
It appeared that the server failed about 6:30 a.m. Monday, he said.


"As a municipally-owned family of ...

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"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 ...

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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.

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