Lake Mills Light & Water: Your public servant
When the economy is in trouble, itís nice to know thereís a business in the neighborhood that is owned and operated by people who live nearby.
That business is your public power system.
The utility that keeps your lights turned on is working hard during these tough times to keep your electricity rates as low as possible. Like the other 2,000 public power systems around the country, yours is not-for-profit, and itís run by the people it serves.
So local people are making the decisions about your utility, which is part of your local government. It operates as a public service institution.