OnFocus– Marshfield Utilities is celebrating Public Power Week, October 7-13, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans.
“We are proud to be community powered,” said Marshfield Utilities General Manager Nicolas Kumm. “Public power puts the people of Marshfield first, and Public Power
Week gives us the chance to emphasize the advantages of locally grown, locally owned
power to our citizens.”
“Our service is reliable and safe while maintaining rates near the lowest in the state. We take pride in providing customers resources to keep them comfortable, connected with family and friends, and healthy,” said Kumm “Marshfield Utilities is proud to have served Marshfield for 114 years.”
Marshfield Utilities invites community members to attend an Open House event:
When – Wednesday, October 10th from 4-7 PM
Where – 2000 S. Central Ave. – follow event parking signs to the back of the building off of Roddis Ave.
What – hands-on activities, prizes, free food, photo-ops, and fun for the whole family. Free safety glasses for the first 250 kids!
“The open house event will be a great way for the community to be able to see equipment up close, try their hand at various skills, meet the MU staff, and learn what all goes into operating Marshfield Utilities,” stated Kumm.
Marshfield Utilities is a progressive customer-focused organization providing value and resources to the community. Operating since 1904, Marshfield Utilities now has more than 13,800 electrical customers and 8,300 water customers and is a stabilizing presence in the community. For more information, please visit www.marshfieldutilities.org or look for us on https://www.facebook.com/marshfieldutilities/.