WARSAW — Kosciusko Rural Electric Membership Corporation (KREMC) wants to hear from the community about internet service.
KREMC is exploring the idea of offering high-speed internet. A survey was sent out in January in order to learn where KREMC members stand on the subject.
The feedback received has led to a second survey.
The member-owned locally operated cooperative supplies electricity to over 18,000 meters in portions of Kosciusko, Fulton, Wabash and Whitley counties in northern Indiana.
The scope of a project like this is so massive that KREMC feels it is essential that they hear from the majority of members.
For those who participated in the first survey in January, KREMC thanks you. They are working diligently to provide the best possible services to members and they ask that you complete this second survey as well.
For those who have not taken the survey over the phone with a representative from the KREMC member service team already, please access the survey online.
Giving your feedback will take no longer than two minutes, and the information KREMC will receive from you is invaluable.