Monthly Archives: May 2014

With Hot Weather Ahead, KUA Reminds Customers to Stay Cool

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., May 22, 2014 – With temperatures expected to soar to triple digits in Central Florida this holiday weekend, Kissimmee Utility Authority is reminding its customers to manage their electricity use wisely during the heat wave. Forecasters are predicting high temperatures of 95 degrees on Friday and 97 on Saturday, with the potential for Read More »

Utility Offices Closed for Memorial Day

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., May 20, 2014 – Kissimmee Utility Authority’s customer service center and administrative offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 26. Regular utility business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 27. Customers wishing to make a bill payment over the holiday weekend can do so through the utility’s automated Read More »

KUA to Trim Call Center Hours

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., May 15, 2014 – Due to a drop in demand during evening hours, the Kissimmee Utility Authority will trim its call center hours, beginning Monday, June 9. The new hours will be from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The previous schedule kept the call center open until 11 p.m., but detailed analysis by Read More »

Finalists Named for Utility Board

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., May 8, 2014 – The Kissimmee Utility Authority board of directors on Wednesday interviewed seven applicants to fill an upcoming vacancy on the five-member volunteer utility board. An eighth candidate was not able to participate in a scheduled interview. The outgoing director, Jeanne Van Meter, has completed a partial term on the board Read More »

Don’t Let Mylar Balloons Ruin the Celebration

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., May 7, 2014 – To raise awareness of electrical hazards during National Electrical Safety Month this month, Kissimmee Utility Authority is urging customers to be aware of the dangers that can arise when Mylar balloons touch power lines. Helium-filled balloons made of Mylar — a metalized nylon substance — can float into power Read More »