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Proctor Public Utilities, along with the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association, is announcing the Tom Bovitz Memorial Scholarship Award. The MMUA scholarship fund totals $5,000.  It will be split four ways, and awarded to $2,000 first, $1,500 second, $1,000 third and $500 fourth place essay contest winners who plan to attend a post-secondary educational institution. High school seniors are eligible to enter the essay contest. Essays are to be original and from 500 to 750 words, typed and double-spaced.  Guidelines and entry form are attached below.
Proctor High School seniors must submit an entry to Proctor Public Utilities by March 5, 2021.  Proctor Public Utilities will choose one local entry to send to MMUA which will choose the state winners.  Please send your entry to Attn:  Charliene Jones, Proctor Public Utilities, 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, MN 55810 or email to cjones@proctormn.gov
For more information on the scholarship, go to https://www.mmua.org/services/tom-bovitz-memorial-scholarship-program 
⇒  MMUA 2021 Scholarship Guidelines
⇒  MMUA 2021 Scholarship Entry Form

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Important Notice From Proctor Public Utilities:   A Message About COVID-19 and Proctor Public Utilities
Dear Residents,
Proctor Public Utilities want to assure all residential customers that they will be protected while paying their Power, Water and Sewer services.   To protect the health and safety of the citizens, staff and their families, the Proctor Community Center, City Hall and Public Utilities are closed to the public until further notice.  With that said:
  • Please use the online payment system on the City of Proctor website at proctormn.gov .  You can also mail your payment to 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, MN 55810; or use the 24 hour drop box at the main door.
  • PUC will also immediately suspend disconnections for all residential customers having financial hardship.
    Please call 218-624-4055 to arrange payment options.
The City of Proctor and PUC have an Emergency Response Plan already in place. The plan addresses pandemic emergencies and procedures. We will follow the guidance of the Minnesota State Department of Health, Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and the St. Louis County Health Department for recommendations and directions.  Updates will be posted on the City website, City Facebook and all doors at the City Hall building.  Thank you for your understanding and trusting PUC with your utilities.
Proctor Public Commission


Managed by the Proctor Utilities Commission (PUC)​.

The Proctor Public Utilities is located at 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, MN 55810
Office Hour 8:00am To 4:30pm Monday thru Friday. After hours Utility Emergencies (218) 624-4055
Contact us by phone (218) 624-4055 or by Email PUC@proctormn.gov

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