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UCEMC Cookeville Offices Open for Business

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The Cookeville District office of Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation has reopened after sustaining significant damage from the tornado that ripped through Putnam County on March 3. 

While all business has resumed at the Cookeville office, two banks will continue to take UCEMC electric bill payments temporarily as a convenience to anyone displaced by the storm.  Putnam County members may pay their bill with a check or money order at the First Freedom Bank, 376 West Jackson Street in Cookeville, or at the bank’s Algood location, 614 West Main Street, across from Walmart and Potters. Immediate payments on Pre-Pay accounts must be made at the Cookeville office to prevent service interruption.

The Bank of Putnam County will temporarily accept UCEMC bill payments at three locations in Cookeville: 140 S. Jefferson, 237 S. Willow Avenue, and 1108 East 10th Street, and in Baxter at 404 Main Street. The Bank of Putnam County will accept cash, check, or money orders.

As of Saturday, March 7, power was restored to all UCEMC members whose homes were not too damaged to safely receive electricity.

Cookeville Office Photos after the Tornado

UMEMC Cookeville Office Damaged by Tornado

UMEMC Cookeville Office Damaged by Tornado

UMEMC Cookeville Office Damaged by Tornado

UMEMC Cookeville Office Damaged by Tornado

UMEMC Cookeville Office Damaged by Tornado

 

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