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2 Studying the Cost of Service Report finds no rate increase necessary.


4 Scan For Your Official Minutes QR code provides quick access to meeting minutes.


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CEC’s New Website Goes Live New features includes online outage reporting.


6 Give a Toy and Share Some Joy Toys for Tots makes Christmas special for local kids.


7 The Right Way to Report Trouble Help your co-op crews restore power as quickly as possible.


8 Sugar Coated Pecans The perfect gift for every sweet tooth on your Christmas list.


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CO-OP ASK YOUR


■ What is a planned outage and why does CEC do that?


From time to time you may receive a notice from CEC of a “planned outage” in your area. CEC does this when the equipment we use to bring power to your home needs to be replaced, repaired or updated. To keep our crews and the public safe while we work, it’s necessary to interrupt electric service for a short time.


We do our best to plan these outages when you will be least inconvenienced, so we often perform planned outages during school and business hours. We also try to avoid planning these outages during winter or summer months. We understand these are peak times of the year when you depend on running your heating and cooling units the most.


While planned outages may be slightly inconvenient, they are actually beneficial to you, our members. Regular system upgrades are necessary for optimal performance and reliability. Repairing and upgrading our equipment is also critical to maintaining public safety.


When CEC plans an outage, we try to let you know when and how long you will be without power so you can be prepared. We also keep you aware of when line crews will be working in your area.


The next time you hear about a planned outage, we hope you’ll understand that it’s one of the best ways we can provide you with quality electric service.


SEND US EMAIL: Please email questions for Ask Your Co-op to: Jennifer Boling, jboling@choctawelectric.coop. Or, mail questions to Choctaw Electric Cooperative, PO Box 758, Hwy 93 North, Hugo,Oklahoma 74743.


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