There’s a revolution happening at the speed of light in your community: Fiber-to-the-home internet service is coming to north central Arkansas – and the benefits are life-changing.
Petit Jean Electric jumped at the opportunity to help members in need when COVID – 19 began wreaking havoc on our membership last spring. For 15 months, Petit Jean Electric has kept the lights on, no matter if the bills have been paid or not.
Notice is hereby given the members of Petit Jean Electric Cooperative that, in accordance with Article VII of the Cooperative’s bylaws, patronage capital for the year 2020 has been credited to each member’s patronage capital account.
We are almost half way through 2021 after living through a year like no other. Each of us has seen our lives and communities immeasurably changed by the Covid – 19 pandemic.
Over the next few weeks and coming months, Petit Jean Electric will have contractors in the Quitman, Clinton Industrial, Scotland and Cleveland areas.
The Petit Jean Electric offices will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021, in observance of Memorial Day.
The Nominating Committee met on March 26, 2021, and made its nominations for the director positions to be filled this year.
If you haven’t already, you should receive the Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Annual Report and ballot for the election of two directors soon. Please take the time to vote and return the ballot to the co-op in the envelope provided.
As make-ready engineering and construction kick off, the team at Petit Jean Electric Cooperative has been working hard behind the scenes to get our cooperative up and running with blazing-fast fiber-to-the-home broadband.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission issued an Order indicating it is considering lifting the moratorium on utility disconnects with a target date of May 3, 2021.