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Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting Regular meeting March 6, 2017

1. The regular February meeting of the Board of Trustees of Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CECI) was held at the principal office of the Cooperative, R.F.D., in Flora, Illinois beginning at 1:00 ...

New executive order calls for review of the Clean Power Plan

Throughout the 2016 ­campaign, Donald Trump pledged to review burdensome federal ­regulations when he became president. On March 28, President Trump took an important step to follow through on th...

Area Students Attend Cooperative Sponsored Youth Day in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD – Senator Dale Righter and Representative David Reis met with students representing Clay Electric Cooperative during the Illinois Electric and Telephone Cooperatives Youth D...

Have a successful planting season rooted in safety

As farmers make plans to return to their fields for spring ­planting, Clay Electric Cooperative and the Safe Electricity program (www.safeelectricity.org

Democracy lives locally

Active participation and engagement are critical for co-op success

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting Regular meeting January 23, 2017

Trustees present were: Bill Croy, Frank Czyzewski, Neil Gould, Frank Herman, Kevin Logan, Bob Pierson, Richard Rudolphi, Danny Schnepper and Greg Smith. Also present were Executive Vice President/G...

Lives on the line

Every year, we take the time to thank our extraordinary lineworkers who dedicate their lives to keeping the lights on in our local communities. Seven lineworkers, maintain 918 miles of line in Clay...

A solid investment in your electric co-op

    As a member of Clay Electric Co-operative, you make an investment in the co-op every time you pay your bill. This collective investment in the co-op benefits you and the communit...

Capital Credits Refund!

In order to process refunds for capital credit accounts, Clay Electric Cooperative is attempting to contact members, or their heirs, that received electric service during the years 1958 – 1961.

Why are my rates so high?

To better understand the rate structures of Clay Electric, you must first understand the structure of the cooperative. Your electric cooperative has 918 miles of line on its system, serving parts o...

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