Your electric bill is due the 10th of each month. Those accounts that are not paid on or before the 10th of the month are considered delinquent and will receive a notice after the 15th. When the 10th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the following day shall be considered the due date. After the 20th of the month, the delinquent account is subject to disconnect.
Delinquent payments, including those bearing a postmark after the due date, are subject to the following actions:
- A $10 forfeited discount will be added to all minimum bills or greater.
- If your electric bill is not paid by the 20th of the month, an employee will be sent to collect the amount due and a $25 collection charge.
- If the bill is not paid at the time of collection, the service may be disconnected without further notice.
- If you want to be reconnected during normal business hours, an additional $50 reconnection fee will be charged. After working hours, the additional reconnection charge will be $100. There will be no reconnections after 8 p.m.
- An additional $100 security deposit will also be due before service can be re-connected.
- If the same transformer feeds both your service and your security light, your security light will not be considered as an additional account under the cooperative's policy of collection and reconnection charges.