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Board member to serve as national gas director

The American Public Gas Association (APGA) is has appointed Micky Lawson  to the 2012 APGA Public Gas Policy Council (PGPC).

Water and sewer rates to increase July 1

Increases of 4 percent in water rates and 12 percent in wastewater rates were recommended to Fayetteville Public Utilities by the Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS), the agency that provid

Summer period electric rates effective June 1

Electric consumers will see an increase in their June bills due to TVA’s summer demand and energy rate TVA’s total monthly fuel cost.

FPU Telecom Rates to Increase July 1

Citing a combination of increasing costs of cable programming and the cost associated with continuing to upgrade bandwidth, increasing system reliability and adding redundancy to serve telecommunic

Changes in electric rates billed in May

Fayetteville Public Utilities has announced that electric customers will see an increase in the total monthly fuel cost on their electric bills effective May 1, 2012 as they pass along the Ten

Andrews and Kidd attend Youth Leadership Summit

Rena Andrews and Calvin Kidd of Lincoln County High School were among 46 high school juniors representing 23 rural electric systems across the state who attended the Tennessee Electric Cooperative

Student Utility Board tours FPU operations departments

The Fayetteville Public Utilities Student Utility Board recently learned about the natural gas and electric operation departments during their recent meetings.

April is Tennessee's Safe Digging Month

Gov. Bill Haslam has issued a proclamation announcing April as Tennessee Safe Digging Month.

Andrews and Kidd to attend Youth Leadership Summit

Rena Andrews and Calvin Kidd of Lincoln County High School have been selected to attend the 2012 Youth Leadership Summit sponsored by the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association, Fayetteville Pu

March is Cross Connection Awareness Month

What do you think the chances are that you have a connection to Fayetteville Public Utilities' distribution water system that could threaten public safety?

FPU drops natural gas rates this month

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that they are lowering residential gas rates by two cents per hundred cubic feet (ccf) effective on bills received in February.

FPU to make water leak repairs

Fayetteville Public Utilities crews will be working to repair a water leak on Friday, February 3rd beginning at 8:00 am.

Electric Total Monthly Fuel Cost decreases again in February

Fayetteville Public Utilities has announced that the Tennessee Valley Authority total monthly fuel cost will decrease again for the month of February.

Winterize your home's water supply

Each winter, many homeowners face the expense and inconvenience of frozen water pipes.  Most will prepare their homes for winter weather and freezing temperatures in late fall, but it

Grind a pine, recycle your live Christmas tree

The employees of Fayetteville Public Utilities will be recycling your live Christmas trees into useable mulch in the Grind a Pine recycling event.

Winter period TVA electric rates change Dec. 1

Electric consumers will see an increase in their December bills due to TVA’s seasonal demand and energy rate structure implemented in April and an increase in TVA’s total monthly fuel c

Harvest of Hope Food Drive Underway

Fayetteville Public Utilities invites you to participate in the annual Harvest of Hope Food Drive that helps fill the shelves of the local Good Samaritan Association with food to help feed our neig

Electric Total Monthly Fuel Cost to decrease in November

Fayetteville Public Utilities has announced that the Tennessee Valley Authority total monthly fuel cost will decrease slightly for the month of November.

Dye is appointed to MTIDA, USS boards

Britt Dye, general manager and CEO of Fayetteville Public Utilities, has been elected to serve on the executive committee for the Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association.

FPU announces planned email upgrade, outage

Fayetteville Public Utilities will be upgrading the hardware and software for its email server on Saturday morning, Oct. 15th.

Take the Do-It-Yourself Home e-Valuation

Ready to get serious about saving energy?

Electric rate changes effective Oct. 1

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that customers will see rate changes on their electric bills effective October 1 reflecting a 2% increase in the utility's wholesale electric base rat

TVA Actions Ensure Long-Term Renewable Commitment

The Tennessee Valley Authority and local power distributors are making sure one of the Southeast's most successful renewable energy initiatives will continue to be available for smaller renewable powe

Planned power outage, 8/22/11

FPU electric crews have planned an outage for a small area in Lincoln County in order to safely complete line maintenance work.  It will be necessary to interrupt the electric service for three

Student Utility Board holds first meeting for 2011-12; Scott receives utility scholarship

Fayetteville Public Utilities kicked off its first 2011-12 Student Utility Board (SUB) meeting on August 11 at the utility's main office.

FPU to begin "smoke testing" sewer lines

Fayetteville Public Utilities is conducting a smoke test of its sanitary sewer system.

TVA's Fuel Cost Explained

The Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) Total Monthly Fuel Cost seems to be the subject of conversation again lately as TVA continues to increase the amount of the monthly charge.

Four students experience Youth Tour to DC

Four local students joined nearly 140 young leaders for a tour of our nation's capital.

Water and sewer rates to increase in spite of decreased budgets

Increases of four percent in water rates and 12 percent in wastewater rates were recommended to Fayetteville Public Utilities by the Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS), which conducts annual

Tennessee's Move Over Law now covers utility workers

The next time you see an electric utility vehicle working on the side of the road, slow down and give it room. The workers will appreciate your courtesy, and a new Tennessee law requires it.
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