CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT COMPLETED

The Capital Improvement project for Harriman Road and the Road Oak Acres has been completed!

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Capital Improvement project for Harriman Road and the Road Oak Acres has been completed

The Merrimac Light Department along with the Light Department Commissioners are pleased to announce that the two-year Capital Improvement project for Harriman Road and the Road Oak Acres has been completed. This was a massive undertaking for our crew at Merrimac...

Merrimac Light Department 15% Rate Increase Effective November 1st, 2022

I am writing to you on behalf of the Merrimac Municipal Light Department, to inform you that, primarily due to increasing energy costs, we are increasing electric rates by 15%. You may have seen the headlines in the news regarding Eversource and National Grid and...

InvoiceCloud Online Signup Begins October 1st

Sign up for InvoiceCloud Paperless with Autopay and we will reimburse you for the .50 fee for 11 months on your first Autopay bill ( you must sign up for both). After 11 months Merrimac will pay that .50 monthly fee. InvoiceCloud is simply a new and more convenient...

Merrimac Old Home Days Event

Intern Jack Keller and Merrimac Municipal Light General Manager Mary Usovicz at Old Home DaysMerrimac Municipal Light Department participated in Merrimac's Old Home Days event that ran August. In addition to handing-out free energy-saving light bulbs, we were getting...

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The office will be closed on Monday January 16, 2023 in honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day ... See MoreSee Less

The office will be closed on Monday January 16, 2023 in honor  Martin Luther King Jr. Day

We would like to welcome back Jack Keller, our intern, who will be helping us for the month of January before he goes back to school. ... See MoreSee Less

MMLD never sleeps! After two outages were restored in Merrimac over the weekend, Tyler provided mutual aid to the Town of Concord to ensure our neighbors had power for Christmas. Thanks, Tyler! ... See MoreSee Less

MMLD never sleeps! After two outages were restored in Merrimac over the weekend, Tyler provided mutual aid to the Town of Concord to ensure our neighbors had power for Christmas. Thanks, Tyler!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Thanks for always doing the right stuff!

Go Tyler!!!

Way to go Tyler

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Very nice!! Merry Christmas 🎄

Merry Christmas! thank you all for all your hard work and dedication! Enjoy your family time!!🎄🎁

Looks wonderful! Happy holidays 🎄

As we get in to the Holiday break, we want everyone to be safe and healthy.

We have available covid test kits in the office. Please feel free to get a kit or two!
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FYI Merrimac Municipal Light Department Holiday Hours ... See MoreSee Less

FYI Merrimac Municipal Light Department Holiday Hours

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Why are you closed on The 27th? That isnt a holiday.

Have a very “Merry Christmas “ everyone!! And a wonderful New Year!

Even though Merrimac was spared from the brutal winter nor’easter, Vermont was not as lucky. The Merrimac crew came to the rescue by doing the critical work of restoring power through mutual aid. Pictured is our very own apprentice Nate Buzzell climbing poles. The crew will be back in Merrimac in the next day or two. MMLD is compensated for their mutual aid, but more importantly, participating in the call for action ensures our community reciprocal response if we are ever faced with a major outage. ... See MoreSee Less

Even though Merrimac was spared from the brutal winter nor’easter, Vermont was not as lucky. The Merrimac crew came to the rescue by doing the critical work of restoring power through mutual aid. Pictured is our very own apprentice Nate Buzzell climbing poles. The crew will be back in Merrimac in the next day or two. MMLD is compensated for their mutual aid, but more importantly, participating in the call for action ensures our community reciprocal response if we are ever faced with a major outage.Image attachment

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Thank you Nate and Tyler for your hard work and dedication, we are very lucky to have so many dedicated employees working for us! Take care and be safe.

Great job everyone!

Great job 👍

Green Mountain Power?

Our guys are the best!

This is awesome

💯👏👏👏

WTG ty

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The year-long Capital Improvement Project to enhance reliability on Harriman Road was a major undertaking for our hard working crew, and is heading towards finalization with the step down now completed. ... See MoreSee Less

The year-long Capital Improvement Project to enhance reliability on Harriman Road was a major undertaking for our hard working crew, and is heading towards finalization with the step down now completed.
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