GEMC supports OC with tax funds
The Messenger 03.17.08
Gibson Electric Membership Corp. recently paid $182,751 to Obion County in ad valorem taxes.
These taxes represent the assessed value of Gibson EMC’s infrastructure (buildings, substations, transformers, poles and lines) in Obion County.
“This is just one way we bring value to the areas that Gibson EMC serves,” said Dan Rodamaker, Gibson EMC president and CEO. “Our board of trustees and employees work hard to provide exceptional electric service, but we know that our job is much broader that that; we want to do everything we can to improve the quality of life for our customer-owners. Being a good corporate citizen is fundamental to Gibson EMC’s way of doing business.”
Gibson EMC also has infrastructure in Crockett, Dyer, Haywood, Gibson, Lauderdale, Madison and Lake counties. For 2007, Gibson EMC paid a total of $871,290 in ad valorem taxes to these West Tennessee counties.
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