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P.O. Box 751 Seminole, Okla. 74818 Serving Hughes, Lincoln, McIntosh, Okfuskee, Pottawatomie, Seminole and portions of Oklahoma, Cleveland and Creek counties


ELECTRALITE By George cont.


Main Office and Headquarters Interstate 40 at the Prague/Seminole Exit


Area Office


35 W JC Watts Street, Eufaula Office Hours


8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday -Friday Board of Trustees


President— Matt Goodson, Tecumseh ......................District 5 Vice President — Robert Schoenecke, Meeker .........District 2 Secretary-Tres.—Steve Marak, Meeker ....................District 1 Asst. Sec/Treas. — Joe Semtner, Konawa ................District 6 ..............................................District 8


Yates Adcock, Dustin


Gary Crain, Prague.....................................................District 3 Clayton Eads, Shawnee .............................................District 4 J.P, Duvall, Seminole .................................................District 7 George E Hand .....................................................Manager J. Roger Henson ....................................................Attorney Ann Weaver ...........................................................Editor


Telephone Numbers


Seminole .........................................................(405) 382-3680 Shawnee, Tecumseh, Earlsboro ......................(405) 273-4680 Toll free.............................................................(877)382-3680 Eufaula ........................................................... (918) 689-3232


Read


Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3


26th-31st 6th-11th 16th-21st


In Case of Trouble


1. Check for blown fuse or tripped circuit breakers. 2. Check with your neighbors. Ask if their electricity is off and if they have reported it.


3. If not call the office and report the trouble.


Operating Statistics for October 2010


2011


Operating Revenues .......................... Wholesale Cost of Power .................. Percentage WPC is of Revenue .................. Revenue Per Mi of Line: MTD ................ $770.26 Consumers per mile of line:MTD .................. 4.55 KWPeak Demand -This Month ................ 101,310 Billing KW Demand ..................................115,005 KW Peak Demand: YTD .......................... 158,984 KWH Purchased - This Month ............. 53,472,320 Taxes Paid ...............................................


$3,969,158 $2,981,268 75.11


$85,892


Interest on Long Term Debt ................... $188,197 System Load Factor ......................................


70.9


$4,488,628 $3,387,141 75.46


$868,04 4.58


114,432 110,748 165,676


54,427,368 $90,907 $193,958 67.6


New Services Staked in November During the month of November 32 new services were


staked. The total new services staked in 2011 is 441. This compares to 421 for the same period in 2010.


Billing date 5th


15th 25th


1-1/2% penalty is applied 20


after billing date


oil and natural gas fields back to life. I am told that there are towns in Northern Oklahoma that are struggling to find housing for the employees needed in oil and gas redevelopment. These same Oklahomans are using their knowledge and resources to revitalize these resources around the nation and the world.


A friend of mine who is the manager/owner of an oil well servicing company that does business across the state told me he would hire 50 people today if they had a CDL and could pass a drug test.


Just this week I listened while the owner of a local machine business, who does business around the world, told a large gather- ing of business leaders in Oklahoma City that he could not hire enough qualified people to meet his business needs.


Oklahoma is among the states that are blessed with the natural resources to produce food and fiber for people here and around the world. Many areas of the world and of our own nation cannot feed themselves. Even in “bad” years Oklahoma farmer and ranchers export food and fiber to other parts of the nation and the world. Food, Fiber and energy are not going out of style anytime soon. In Oklahoma we are blessed.


We cannot forget that there are many in our own nation that are suffering from the loss of jobs and in many cases homes. We know that our people given opportunity are not helpless. As a nation we enjoy a temperate climate with an abundance of natural resources. Therefore our problems are not resources or ability. We all have somebody to blame and I choose management. In management I place two groups. 916562104


First I point to our elected leaders who instead of being sold out to the best interest of the country are sold out to their core constitu- encies who regularly work to get them reelected. Second, we must hold accountable those who are business leaders at the top rungs of our economy.


Both have been driven by their own perceived short term inter- ests such as the next election or this year’s bonus check. If this is right then we have to share the blame for continuing to accept this type of performance. Gov- ernment and business must serve the public interest and well being. I was going to tie all this into Canadian Valley Electric Cooper- ative. But I have run out of space and likely bored most who are still reading. Next month I will continue. Take that either way.


The hidden account number hidden in The ElectraLite is worth $25. The account number must be your own and found within the contents of the paper. Your number must be reported by the 15th of each month to our office by phone, mail or in person.


FINANCIAL STATEMENT


BEGINNING BALANCE 10/31/11..$144,478.55 Deposits .....................................................7,435.25 Interest Income ..............................................6.32 Checks Issued ........................................ -8,849.38 Approved, not yet paid ........................ -4,047.51 BALANCE 11/30/11........................$139,023.23


The ElectraLite


JANUARY 2012


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