Rocky Mount Utilities Issue, So What Will Happen After They Vote On The Budget Tonight?

There has been a lot of discussion lately about Rocky Mount Utilities and the budget on FM 107.3 The Truth Hurts Broadcast host Bronson Williams and owner of the Promise Radio Station, Connections host George Fisher on WNCR TV, Joy In The Morning FM 92.1 Radio Station co-host Bob Arrington and Wayne Hines and a…Read more Rocky Mount Utilities Issue, So What Will Happen After They Vote On The Budget Tonight?

Rocky Mount NC – Watch Community Meeting concerning Rocky Mount Utilities and ElectriCities on DCN TV

Councilwoman Lois Watkins hosted the Little Raleigh Renaissance Community Meeting by inviting ElectriCities and a representative from the Rocky Mount Utilities Learn some history on how ElectriCities got started, where they are now and where they are going. Learn how you can save energy in your home by doing some small things. The Agenda: March…Read more Rocky Mount NC – Watch Community Meeting concerning Rocky Mount Utilities and ElectriCities on DCN TV

Council to hear utilities cost update – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator’s response: I am still trying to figure out why Rich Worsinger would leave the city and then to leave like he did. I believe he got caught up in the WSBS Movement and left angrily. But I used to like him because I thought he was doing a great job. Had been…Read more Council to hear utilities cost update – Rocky Mount Telegram

Public utilities employees named Hometown Heroes – Rocky Mount Telegram

Rocky Mount Public Utilities Gas Division employees Brian Marshall, Terry Johnson and Brad Short were named Hometown Heroes this week at the ElectriCities 2012 Annual Conference awards banquet. The awards were presented by ElectriCities Board Members Jennie Stultz and John Craft to Marshall, Johnson and Short for their split-second decision to act to save the…Read more Public utilities employees named Hometown Heroes – Rocky Mount Telegram

Rocky Mount NC: Utilities employees given history lesson on rates–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

Rocky Mount Public Utilities Director Rich Worsinger gave a presentation to a group of utility employees Thursday in an effort to better educate them about many of the questions customers commonly ask. The presentation — which Worsinger designed for the public before realizing employees could benefit from it too — includes the history of why…Read more Rocky Mount NC: Utilities employees given history lesson on rates–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

Open letter to the Reverend Nehemiah Smith Jr. Who Has Been Attacking The Rocky Mount City Council About The High Utilities

Rev. Smith I had the opportunity to speak to you briefly while I was having a conversation with Bronson Williams who has also been attacking the council. You asked me a couple of questions and I gave you a couple of answers however I will not get into that at the moment. Rev. Smith you…Read more Open letter to the Reverend Nehemiah Smith Jr. Who Has Been Attacking The Rocky Mount City Council About The High Utilities

The Real Reason Why Ms. Mozell Is Mad With 2 Rocky Mount City Councilpersons About The Utilities And Now Me

I receive phone calls from time to time from Ms. Mattie Mozell about what is going on in Rocky Mount. The most recent call came on June 18, 2010. Ms. Mozell had called to my home and my daughter called me on my cell phone and said Ms. Mozell wanted me to call her. I…Read more The Real Reason Why Ms. Mozell Is Mad With 2 Rocky Mount City Councilpersons About The Utilities And Now Me

So Bronson When Is Enough Enough? Rocky Mount NC Utilities War

In response to: Bronson Williams, Nehemiah Smith Jr. vs Rev. Andre Knight and The Rocky Mount City Council A Utilities War I agree when is enough enough? I have been listening to The Truth Hurts Broadcast for several weeks and I have found it to be quite interesting and many times comical. Since Bronson works…Read more So Bronson When Is Enough Enough? Rocky Mount NC Utilities War

Bronson Williams, Nehemiah Smith Jr. vs Rev. Andre Knight and The Rocky Mount City Council A Utilities War

Note: The following article was written by: Nehemiah Smith Jr. per Bronson Williams on his talk show Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Inside Edition When is enough enough? Mayor and council shrink from the service for which they were elected Apathetic city council leaves citizens to their own devices over utilities (Read more @ The Promise…Read more Bronson Williams, Nehemiah Smith Jr. vs Rev. Andre Knight and The Rocky Mount City Council A Utilities War

I Just Love The Conversations About Rocky Mount NC Utilities

What tickles the hell out of me is that so many folks are complaining and saying the same things but after you say your piece then what? You feel better now? Folks are complaining they have high utility bills. Okay. So what do you want the city council to do? Can you say write a…Read more I Just Love The Conversations About Rocky Mount NC Utilities

Rocky Mount NC – Utilities forum focuses on big picture

Citizens for Fair Utilities of Rocky Mount and Eastern North Carolina tonight will host, in conjunction with Opportunities Industrialization Center of Rocky Mount, an Eastern N.C. Energy Forum at the OIC Auditorium from 6 to 8 p.m. Featured speakers include U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-1st District, and representatives from EnvironmentNC, the N.C. Energy Office, Wilson…Read more Rocky Mount NC – Utilities forum focuses on big picture

Rocky Mount NC – Utilities customer coalition seeks city council’s support

A citizens’ group is continuing its push to convince public officials to develop proposals for reducing Rocky Mount’s utility rates. At Monday night’s city council meeting, leaders of Citizens For Fair Utilities asked the council to declare the month of May as “Utilities Awareness Month.” The council agreed to look over the proposed resolution and…Read more Rocky Mount NC – Utilities customer coalition seeks city council’s support

Council OKs moratorium on utility disconnections – William F. West Rocky Mount Telegram

Click On Photo To Watch Video The City Council on Thursday voted to temporarily keep the municipality from disconnecting utility services due to nonpayment of bills. The council did so to help ease the burden on customers anticipating economic hardships as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The council’s action is in place until revoked…Read more Council OKs moratorium on utility disconnections – William F. West Rocky Mount Telegram