Most homes in Green Township recently received a postcard from Duke Energy informing them of a lawsuit between Duke Energy V. Williams. The postcard asks if you were a ratepayer of Cinergy or Duke Energy between Jan 1, 2005 and December 31, 2008. The answer for most residents is YES, unless they were signed up with another electric company to provide them electricity during that period.
Green Township began its electric aggregation program on December 15, 2008 with Dominion Energy. They were the supplier of electricity for the aggregation program. Dominion Energy provided electricity for our electric aggregation program in 2009, 2010 and 2011. In 2012 Green Township switched to Duke Energy Retail to supply electric for the aggregation program. Duke Retail provided electric services in 2012, 2013, 2014 and most of 2015. Now Dynegy Energy supplies electric energy to about 14,000 households in the Green Township Electric Aggregation Program.
Thus, I believe that Green Township residents can say YES they were a customer of Duke Energy during the period mentioned on the postcard.
Kevin Celarek, AdministratorFire Department 2015 Run Totals
Green Township Fire & EMS recorded a slight increase in emergency runs for 2015. Since 2014 was the previous record year, this again sets a new record. It is also the first time the department saw an average of 20 emergency runs per day.
In 2014, the department responded to 7257 emergency runs (fire and EMS). In 2015, there were 7307 runs, an increase of 50 runs. Emergency medical calls again represented the majority of responses with 5694, while there were 1613 fire runs.
For more information, visit: http://greentwp.org/departments/fire-ems/fire-ems-statistics/