After a thorough investigation at the point of origin, fire investigators have determined that the Medio Fire was caused by a lightning strike. After multiple days of challenging work in steep terrain, fire crews have connected crucial handlines around the Medio Fire.
Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, Inc. issues notice of lobby closures during regular business hours indefinitely, effective Wednesday, April 8. For more information JMEC consumers are asked to call (505) 753-2105.
Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, Inc., (JMEC) is accepting applications for the position of General Manager.
Satview Cable Cut As JMEC Removes Cable Equipment Off Its Poles By Robert A. Naranjo Espanola – Earlier this week local residents who rely on Satview for their cable television were suddenly disconnected from cable TV. When customers contacted Satview they were told that Jemez Mountain Electric Cooperative was responsible for removing transmission equipment. What […]
If you are a Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative (JMEC) member residing within San Ildefonso Pueblo boundaries, your rates are going up. The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission ruled 3-2 Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, to dismiss protest claims by JMEC utility rate users…
Jemez Mountain Electric Cooperative (JMEC) Board listens on as new General Manager, Joseph Sanchez addresses attendees. Valley Daily Post image JMEC Celebrates At 67th Annual Meeting The Jemez Mountain Electric Cooperative (JMEC) held their 67th annual meeting in La Cueva this past weekend. Hundreds of JMEC members and their families gathered for a fun weekend […]