Published: May 24, 2019


MEMBERS OF THE LAWRENCEBURG UTILITY SYSTEM BOARD MET FOR THEIR REGULAR SESSION MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT.  SYSTEM MANAGER VIC PUSSER ANNOUNCED THAT A TVA FUEL ADJUSTMENT CHARGE WILL SOON RAISE RESIDENTIAL POWER BILLS BY AN AVERAGE OF ONE TO FOUR DOLLARS PER MONTH.  HE ALSO REPORTED ON THE STATUS OF NEGOTIATIONS TO BRING AN AUTOMOTIVE TEST FACILITY TO LAWRENCE COUNTY. THE PROPOSED FACILITY WOULD BE A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT WHICH WOULD BRING A LARGE NUMBER OF HIGH PAYING JOBS TO THE AREA.  PUSSER ALSO UPDATED THE BOARD ON THE PROGRESS OF ON-GOING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS INCLUDING THE NEW COLLEGE AND VARIOUS WATER AND SEWER LINE EXTENSIONS   THE BOARD RECOGNIZED SEVERAL RECENT HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE GRADUATES WHO WERE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE BOARD’S RECOGNITION CEREMONY IN APRIL. ROUTINE FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL ITEMS WERE ALSO DISCUSSED. THE NEXT LUS BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH  AT 5:00 PM IN THE LUS AUDITORIUM.