Just wanted to let your readers know about a quilt raffle. The Colorado Rural Electric Association Women’s Task Force is raffling off a beautiful custom-made quilt. The quilt will be on display at the WREA annual meeting on Sept. 8.
Awhile back, we wrote a concerned letter to the editor about the possibility of an electrical substation being located directly across from the entrance to Sage Hills. After meeting with WREA management and discussing the matter, we were still a little uneasy about whether or not our concerns were being heard.
White River Electric Association (WREA) was pleased to receive the recent letter and other inquires about the new WREA substation. It is important to begin this dialogue by clearly communicating to all of our member consumers that WREA values all comments and questions regarding our company and our operations. The member consumers do have a […]
MEEKER I The site of a new electrical substation hasn’t been determined, nor has a decision been made on when one will be built. But one thing is for certain: There is a need for an additional substation for the town of Meeker.
MEEKER — In October 2008 White River Electric Association conducted a random telephone survey among 300 of its members designed to measure overall satisfaction.
MEEKER — As temperatures go down, White River Electric Association customers’ rates will go up. WREA announced a 3.17 percent rate increase in a recent mailing to customers. The new rate takes effect Jan. 1.
MEEKER — Jason Kracht, an employee with White River Electric Association in Meeker, has successfully completed one of the most comprehensive training programs in the world for power line personnel.
MEEKER — White River Electric Association (WREA) has a limited number of small devices designed to help track energy consumption in the home available for members to borrow.
MEEKER — Two board members from White River Electric Association in Meeker recently earned board certifications from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Assoc-iation.