NGEMC Foundation and The Community Foundation Partner to 'Round Up' Grant Applicants
North Georgia Electric Membership (NGEMC) Foundation announced that nonprofit charitable and civic organizations who serve the seven counties in the NGEMC service area can apply online for Operation Round Up grants through August 31, 2014. These counties include Catoosa, Chattooga, Gordon, Floyd, Murray, Walker, and Whitfield. Click here to learn more about Operation Round Up or to begin the online grant application process.
Learn more about Georgia's energy future and how proposed EPA regulations will impact the cost of electricity. Tim Echols is a member of the Georgia Public Service Commission and has this featured editorial in the August issue of Georgia EMC's Georgia Magazine.
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Important notice to members in Cohutta city limits
The City of Cohutta has passed a 4% Franchise Tax fee that NGEMC is required by law to collect and remit to the City of Cohutta. Effective with billings on or after July 1, NGEMC member accounts within the city limits of Cohutta will include a new line item for the 4% franchise tax. Questions about the tax and its use should be directed to city council members or other city representatives. This franchise tax only affects accounts within the City of Cohutta.
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