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Lake Region in the Community


Co-op Shows Holiday Spirit in Hulbert and Tahlequah Christmas Parades


Lake Region Electric Coopera- tive showed its holiday spirit last month. To LREC, this meant living up to the cooperative principle of concern for community and par- ticipating in two local Christmas parades.


Many employees volunteered their time 315900 and talent to help decorate a company a truck along with LREC’s new electric vehicle with Christmas decorations and LED lights.


LREC is glad to be a part of the communities it serves.


Deposit and Connection Fee


Security deposits are calculated by adding the two peak months during the previous year for the service lo- cation. If the location does not have 12 months of billing history, the deposit amount is automatically $300. Lake Region Electric Cooperative will waive de- posits for consumers who have previously established a good payment history with the cooperative or have a good credit score. A $5 credit check can be processed for the member. These members who have a utility credit score within a range considered to be a good credit risk will not have to pay a deposit. Credit scores are obtained from a national credit index specifically designed for util- ity use.


Each new account is charged a $25 application fee payable before service can be started, as well as a $5


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membership fee for new members. Another option to start service is our prepaid meter-


ing account. You start with a $60 payment which consists of a $5 membership fee, $25 application fee, and $30 going toward your electric credit on your prepaid meter. Your meter starts with the $30 credit. You will receive a meter reading daily, so your balance will start to decrease once the meter is activated. When your account reaches your low balance notification, the prepaid system will call, text, or e-mail you. As long as you have a credit you will have electric service. You may put more money on your account from one of our office locations, website, or by calling LREC at 918-772-2526. If the meter hits a zero balance the service disconnects automatically.


Photo by: Leisa Walker


Photo by: Larry Mattes


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