Friday, Oct. 15, 2004
Coweta-Fayette unveils new EMC facility
By JOHN THOMPSON
Residents in northern Coweta County and South Fulton County wont have to travel as far to pay their power pills.
Officials at Coweta-Fayette unveiled their their new facility earlier this month at 807 Collinsworth Road near I Interstate 85 in northern Coweta County.
The facility is a full service center and provides residents a full set of services for their power needs.
The new facility is more centrally located in the EMCs service territory and will be easier for members to access in the less congested area, said EMCs Mary Ann Bell.
But, she added, members can still stop off at the companys other two offices in Newnan and Palmetto and pay their bills. who have always enjoyed the convenience of an office in Newnan for their bill payments.
The company showed off the new office at last weeks annual meeting that featured fun and games for the whole family. for Fun on the Midway.
Coweta-Fayette EMC is a consumer-owned cooperative providing electricity and related services to 64,000 consumers in parts of Coweta, Fayette, Heard, South Fulton, Meriwether, Clayton, Spalding and Troop counties.
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