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Slight Rate Adjustment for PPEC

Slight Rate Adjustment for PPEC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) residential members will see a slight increase of around $3 a month beginning in March 2018.  The electric co-op hasn’t had an increase in over 4 years, but recently underwent a cost of service study...

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Prepare Your Car for the Winter Weather

Prepare Your Car for the Winter Weather

  As it continues to get cold in January, February and March, there are some simple ways to prepare your car for the weather. You never know what can happen during the winter as black ice or drifting snow comes out of no where sometimes. Then what do you do?! If...

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PPEC Heather Hunt Graduates from RELITE

Paulding Putnam Electric’s Heather Hunt Graduates from Two Year Training Program Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) would like to congratulate Human Resource Manager Heather Hunt for recently graduating from a leadership coursed called RELITE, which stands...

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Paulding Putnam Electric Board Approves 2018 Budget

Paulding Putnam Electric Board Approves 2018 Budget

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The board of trustees of Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) approved the 2018 operating and capital budgets at their regular meeting held Nov. 15th, 2017. The budget shows total revenues of nearly $39 million and capital projects...

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Operation Round Up October 2018

Operation Round Up October 2018

Members of Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op recently donated $11,995 to 7 local organizations through the cooperative’s Operation Round Up. Operation Round Up is a program that allows members to round their monthly electric bill up to the next dollar. The extra pennies...

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Goosebumps is from Ohio

Goosebumps is from Ohio

Scaring children may seem like an odd way to make a living, but Goosebumps author R.L. Stine has a knack for it. “You just sort of feel it,” says Stine, an Ohio native who grew up in Bexley. “In the beginning of writing a book, you have to decide how scary to go. If...

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