- Service not covered by the referenced rates will be individually negotiated by
special rate contracts.
- Schedules RS, C, SGS, LGS, ISR, and INT are applicable to all of the electric
service supplied at one location and measured through one meter.
- Schedules RS, C, SGS, LGS, ISR, and INT are not applicable to temporary, breakdown,
standby, or supplementary service.
- At such time as implementation of the ENERGY COST ADJUSTMENT is
warranted, the method of determining and the amount of such ENERGY COST
ADJUSTMENT must be approved by the Board of Public Works.
- All charges are subject to the City Electric Revenue Payment. The rate shall
be approved by the Board of Public Works.
- All schedules are NET DISCOUNT RATES, due and payable as stated on bills. All
bills not paid by then become delinquent and are subject to the gross rate
which is 5 percent higher.
- All Municipal Utilities SERVICES WILL BE DISCONTINUED if the bill remains
unpaid. Unauthorized connections or tampering with Utilities services are
in violation of City Ordinance Sec. 29-6 and penalties of fine and
imprisonment are provided in the Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 569.080.
- SERVICES TERMINATED at the meter for non-payment will be restored during working
hours only on payment of the past due account plus a service charge of
$20.00. Payments for reconnection of services received after 3:00 p.m. will require
a $70.00 service charge as they are considered as after-business-hours. No reconnections
shall be made between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. The reconnection of a service that was
disconnected at the weatherhead/pole will be assessed an additional $50 during business
hours or $100 outside normal business hours.
- TURN ON and TURN OFFS requested after 3:00 p.m. (or on weekends), not of an
emergency nature, shall be subject to a $70.00 service charge payable during that business
day or on the next business day if requested after normal business hours.
- SERVICE for a temporary or transient period may be available to single phase or existing services at all
points in the area served by Marshall Municipal Utilities where facilities
are available to the premises to be served. This service is applicable
for residential, commercial, or service for construction purposes, fairs,
carnivals, circuses, or other purposes of a temporary or transient nature in
which the customer's account does not result from (a) a transfer from an
existing account or (b) in a transfer to an account being started at the
same location for services with a duration of less than (90) ninety days.
The customer shall pay the $30.00 estimated cost to connect and/or disconnect
the temporary service. Such charge shall be in addition to the rate schedule
used by the customer.
- The weatherhead shall be considered the POINT OF DELIVERY. Municipal Utilities
will furnish the meter and the meter back only.
- Three phase is available in some locations for MOTORS 7.5 horsepower and over.
Twenty horsepower or larger motors will have capacitors or step starters on
them. Single phase may not be available for motors larger than 7.5
- For INFORMATION regarding capacity, availability and special services, please
contact the Field Services Director. It shall be the responsibility of the
owner or his representative to arrange electric service well in advance of
- A separate meter shall be used for each point of service. Electric meter
consumption of demand and energy will be added for customers for meters
under the Large General and Industrial rates at the customer's (or his
agent's) request. Such a request shall be binding for a minimum period
of one fiscal year.
- There shall be a $15.00 charge for each occurrence where, upon customer
request, Marshall Municipal Utilities downloads meter readings from the meter
(where metering equipment with this capability is in place).
- CUSTOMER FEE is a set per service fee for accounts being opened as a new customer or an account
being transferred to a different customer. A customer closing an account would not be affected.
- EXPLANATION OF TERMS:
- FISCAL YEAR shall mean a period of 12 consecutive months.
- MEASURED DEMAND shall be the average kW supplied during the 15-minute
period of maximum kWh use during a billing month as determined from
- The term SUMMER SEASON shall mean the four consecutive billings in months not
included in the winter season, usually beginning with the first
regualar meter reading date on or after June 1.
- The term WINTER SEASON shall mean the eight consecutive billings in months
beginning with the first regular meter reading date on or after
Approved on April 28, 2016
Effective on billing after June 1, 2016