Monthly Archives: July 2016

KUA Attorney Earns Board Certification, ‘Legal Expert’ Status

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., July 28, 2016 – Kissimmee Utility Authority vice president and general counsel Arthur J. (Grant) Lacerte, Jr. has earned board certification in City, County and Local Government Law from The Florida Bar, effective August 1. Lacerte is one of only 246 attorneys board certified in city, county and local government law in Florida…. Read more »

KUA’s Mattern Elected Treasurer of Statewide Power Agency

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., July 26, 2016 – Kissimmee Utility Authority’s vice president of power supply Larry Mattern was elected treasurer of the Florida Municipal Power Agency’s board of directors and All-Requirements Project executive committee at the agency’s annual meeting held last week in Osceola County. This is his second term as treasurer. Mattern was appointed as… Read more »

KUA Says ‘Pokémon No’ Around Electrical Equipment

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., July 18, 2016 – As Osceola County residents capture, battle and train virtual creatures with the new Pokémon Go mobile game, Kissimmee Utility Authority urges players to stay away from electric facilities, such as substations and power plants, even if the game leads to that equipment. Climbing a utility pole or a fence… Read more »

KUA Earns High Customer Satisfaction Scores

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., July 18, 2016 – Honesty in conducting its business affairs and timely answering of phone calls combined with convenient payment options and bills that are easy to understand helped maintain a high level of customer satisfaction at Kissimmee Utility Authority in 2016, according to results of a customer survey released today by the… Read more »

KUA Board Adopts $225.9 Million Budget

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., July 14, 2016 – The Kissimmee Utility Authority board of directors on Wednesday approved a $225.9 million operating and capital budget for fiscal year 2017. The vote came after a workshop and public hearing on the budget. The approved budget is a 0.1 percent increase over the 2016 budget and marks the utility’s… Read more »