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You’ve been patiently awaiting the arrival of HomeWorks Connect high-speed fiber internet at your home, but you’re not sure just how much longer you’lll be waiting. Sound familiar? While it’s not possible to give a hard deadline on when to expect your installation, there’s some easy things you can do to have a better understanding of just how long you’ll be waiting.

Find Out Which Zone You’re In!

The first thing you should do, if you haven’t already, is input your address at Join.HomeWorksConnect.org . By doing this, you’ll find out which zone you’re in. You should also input a good email address and finish pre-registering. This will allow us to send you a contract via email when your home is able to be connected! We won’t use your email address for anything not related directly to the progress being made in your area.

Find Out Which Step Your Zone Is In!

After you find out which zone you’re in, you can visit the “Zones” page online at Join.HomeWorksConnect.org . You’ll see that your zone is color coded depending on what step it’s in. Each step is broken down more clearly in the chart to the left.

Check Your Zone’s Progress

Follow along on Facebook or at Join.HomeWorksConnect. org for updates on progress in your area! On the HomeWorks Connect website’s “Zones” page, some zones will show a progress bar tracking completion of the step for your zone.

STEPS TO CONNECTION

Click below to learn more about each step that it takes to connect a new zone to HomeWorks Connect’s high-speed internet!

1. Gathering Interest

This is the time when you and your neighbors need to actively sign up online to tell us you want fiber internet service. When we are ready to start the “Design” step in a new area, we look at the top zones in this step. At this point, your zone could be in this step for up to 2 years, depending on at what point it will be built out in Phase 5.

  It’s important to note that pre-registration isn’t a binding contract, and package options can be changed before the final customer agreement is signed.

Zones in this step have been selected to be part of our active phase. We’ve been building approximately one phase per year, announcing the new phase area, including all of the zones in that phase, at the beginning of each year. 

Before any actual building is done in a zone, we have teams of engineers determine the best way for us to run our fiber cables. Crews are then sent out to stake and build the backbone of the system. Members will be notified of the construction in their area and may see our crews at work in their zone.

In 2021, we are building out Phase 4 of the 5 phases it will take to connect the whole service area. When in this step, we are actively designing and preparing your area for the construction of our network. Your zone could be in this step for up to a year.

3. Commitment

You’ll begin to see commotion in your area as we begin to construct our network in your area. You’ll also receive your contract via the email address you preregistered.

Generally, we wait for enough residents to sign up before we move to the “Connections” step so that it’s cost effective to build the network. Zones are usually in this step for two or three months before we are able to begin connecting homes that have signed their contracts.

4. Connections

Congrats! When enough contracts are signed, splicers and installers are sent out to complete the three step process of staking, trenching, and connecting a home. Our crews will work with homeowners to decide on the best way to hook their homes to the fiber to ensure quality and safety.

Zones in this step are actively having homes connected to our fiber internet network. Depending on the size of your zone, there is typically a 6 to 8 week wait for homes to be connected in this step.

If you sign your contract before your zone exits this step, you’ll receive free installation!

5. In Service!

Service is active throughout the zone. We are still accepting new fiber internet customers in these areas, although an installation fee may be charged. After you pre-register, call 800-668-8413 for more information.

What Makes Up A Fiber Internet System?

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The above image shows that these pieces connect in the following order:

  Our Office –  The data center of the system that connects our fiber system to the rest o the world using laser technology.

Backbone Fiber –  The largest of our fiber cable carries the most light so we use it to connect all of our ODC’s to one another. In the design step of our process, this is what we put on our utility poles.

ODC –  In order to carry data, we use light from lasers that are housed in cabinets along our system. This light can travel up to 18 miles. Each Outdoor Distribution Cabinet (ODC) can have multiple lines of distribution fiber running from it to splitter cabinets.

  Splitter –  At the splitter, each modem is assigned its own fiber cable.

Distribution Fiber –  Much of our system uses distribution fiber, which transport light at lower levels than the backbone fiber. These lower levels are what our modems use to communicate back to the office.

Terminal –  The drop for your home begins at the terminal. We will start scheduling your drop once you’ve signed a service contract.

NID –  Boxes, called network interface devices (NID), go on the outside of your location and end the drop portion of the installation.

Modem –  When your installation is scheduled, a home installer will connect the NID on the outside of your home to the modem inside. These modems can be programmed to run wifi and telephone services. 

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Contact Us By Phone: Customer Service: 1-800-562-8232 Outages and Service Emergencies: 1-800-848-9333

Visit Our Offices: 7973 E. Grand River Portland, MI 48875 get map and directions

3681 Costabella Ave. Blanchard, MI 49310 get map and directions

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Cities Homeworks Tri-County Has Coverage

  • Barryton, MI
  • Big Rapids, MI
  • Carson City, MI
  • Charlotte, MI
  • Chelsea, MI
  • Clarksville, MI
  • Dimondale, MI
  • Eaton Rapids, MI
  • Farwell, MI
  • Freeport, MI
  • Grand Ledge, MI
  • Hubbardston, MI
  • Lake Isabella, MI
  • Lake Odessa, MI
  • Lakeview, MI
  • Lansing, MI
  • Maple Rapids, MI
  • McBride, MI
  • Mecosta, MI
  • Mount Pleasant, MI
  • Mulliken, MI
  • Nashville, MI
  • Perrinton, MI
  • Portland, MI
  • Potterville, MI
  • St. Johns, MI
  • Stockbridge, MI
  • Sunfield, MI
  • Vermontville, MI
  • Westphalia, MI
  • Woodland, MI

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Customers of Homeworks Tri-County pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $137.78.

What is the phone number for Homeworks Tri-County?

You can reach Homeworks Tri-County by phone via (800) 562-8232.

What cities does Homeworks Tri-County offer service to?

Homeworks Tri-County serves 42 cities in the United States including Michigan.

How many counties does Homeworks Tri-County provider electricity in?

There are 17 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Homeworks Tri-County.

Who is the CEO of Homeworks Tri-County?

The current CEO of Homeworks Tri-County is Chris O'Neill.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Homeworks Tri-County customers?

Homeworks Tri-County's current average bundled electricity rate is 17.90 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average Michigan bundled rate of 18.88 cents and the average US rate of 15.76 cents.

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  • Michigan’s electric cooperatives pay $14.5 million in property taxes annually.
  • Electric co-ops employ 770 people to serve approximately 275,000 consumer-members and businesses in Michigan.
  • Michigan co-ops maintain nearly 39,000 miles of energized line.
  • Nationally, electric co-ops serve 7 consumers per mile of line, compared with 35 consumers per line for investor-owned utilities and 47 consumers per mile for municipal systems.
  • Electric co-ops invest more in facilities per member than any other utilities but earn 85 percent less revenue per mile of line.

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1. Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association 426 North 9th St. Gladstone, MI 49837 906-428-4141 algerdelta.com

2. Cherryland Electric Cooperative 5930 U.S. 31 South P.O. Box 298 Grawn, MI 49637 231-486-9200 cherrylandelectric.coop

3. Great Lakes Energy Cooperative 1323 Boyne Ave. Boyne City, MI 49712 888-485-2537 gtlakes.com

4. HomeWorks Tri-County Electric Cooperative 7973 E. Grand River Ave. Portland, MI 48875 3681 Costabella Ave. Blanchard, MI 49310 Service: 1-800-562-8232 Outages: 1-800-848-9333 HomeWorks.org facebook.com/HomeWorks.org [email protected]

5. Midwest Energy & Communications 60590 Decatur Rd. Cassopolis, MI 49031 800.492.5989 teammidwest.com

6. Ontonagon County REA 501 J.K. Paul St. Ontonagon, MI 49953 906-884-4151 ontonagon.coop

7. Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op 3149 Main St. P.O Box 308 Onaway, MI 49765 989-733-8515 pieg.com

8. Thumb Electric Cooperative 2231 Main St. Ubly, MI 48475 989-658-8571 tecmi.coop

9. Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative 10125 W. Watergate Rd. Cadillac,  MI 49601 231-775-5700 wolverinepowercooperative.com

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9. Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative 10125 W. Watergate Rd. P.O. box 100 Cadillac,  MI 49601 231-775-0172

World Bank Opens Fiscal Year 2025 Funding Program with GBP 750 million 7-year Benchmark

Washington, D.C., July 10, 2024 – The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD, Aaa/AAA) priced a 7-year British pound sterling (GBP) benchmark bond due July 2031. The GBP 750 million Sustainable Development Bond (SDB) attracted investors interested in a safe and liquid product as well as providing support to the World Bank and its efforts to help countries to find solutions to their development efforts.

The bond offers an annual coupon of 4.125% and an annual yield of 4.181%. It was priced at +19.6 basis points over the 0.25% UK Gilt due July 2031. BofA Securities, Barclays Bank PLC, Citigroup Global Markets Limited and RBC Europe Limited are joint lead managers for the transaction. The bond will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

“This benchmark transaction jumpstarts what we expect to be a dynamic and productive fiscal year funding program for IBRD” said Jorge Familiar, Vice President and Treasurer, World Bank .  “We appreciate the strong support from sterling investors and look forward to a year with a variety of offerings in currencies and tenors, all to be used to finance the World Bank’s sustainable development activities .”

Investor Distribution

United Kingdom

81%

Banks/Bank Treasuries/Corporates

75%

Americas

14%

Asset Managers/Insurance/Pension

17%

Europe/ Middle East / Asia

5%

Central Banks/Official Institutions

8%

“Congratulations to the World Bank team for their first public transaction of the new fiscal year with a landmark 7-year GBP transaction, securing the tightest spread to Gilts for a fixed rate Sovereign, Supranational and Agency (SSA) benchmark in this tenor in more than a decade. Achieving such a strong result reconfirms the World Bank’s leadership in the SSA market as well as the longstanding support from the global investor base. It is once again a privilege for Barclays to have assisted the World Bank team in this market,” said Alex Paterson, Managing Director, Head of SSA DCM, Barclays.

“A GBP 750 million transaction in the 7-year maturity reconfirms the strong and consistent support the issuer receives for its sustainable development purpose from the sterling investor base. The 7-year tenor complements IBRD’s sterling curve nicely and achieved robust demand from the UK bank treasury and real money community. BofA Securities is delighted to have supported the World Bank with this transaction,” said Kamini Sumra, Managing Director, SSA Origination, BofA Securities.

“Many congratulations to the World Bank team for a successful new 7-year benchmark, the first in this tenor since September 2023. The transaction saw a broad range of investors participate, again evidencing the World Bank’s standing among the UK and international investor community. Citi was delighted to be involved in this great outcome,” said Ebba Wexler, Head of SSA Debt Capital Markets, Citi.

“The World Bank’s return to the GBP market was an important demonstration of the continued liquidity and depth of the market. Doing so with a GBP 750 million 7-year SDB benchmark – the largest GBP benchmark since April – is a testament to the World Bank's investor outreach as well as the track record of success that gives the market comfort. Congratulating the World Bank for reopening markets never gets old,” said Jigme Shingsar, Managing Director, SSA DCM, RBC.

Transaction Summary

Issuer

World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD)

Issuer rating:

Aaa / AAA

Amount:

GBP 750,000,000

Settlement date:

July 18, 2024

Maturity date:

July 31, 2031

Issue price:

99.662%

Issue yield:

4.181% annual

Denomination:

GBP 1,000

Coupon:

4.125% p.a., payable annually

Coupon payment dates:

Annually, every July 31

Listing

Luxembourg Stock Exchange

ISIN

XS2861554645

Clearing systems

Euroclear/Clearstream

Joint lead managers

BofA Securities, Barclays Bank PLC, Citigroup Global Markets Limited, RBC Europe Limited

About the World Bank

The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD), rated Aaa/AAA (Moody’s/S&P), is an international organization. Created in 1944, it is the original member of the World Bank Group and operates as a global development cooperative owned by 189 nations. The World Bank provides loans, guarantees, risk management products, and advisory services to middle-income and other creditworthy countries to support the Sustainable Development Goals and to end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity. It also provides leadership to coordinate regional and global responses to development challenges. The World Bank has been issuing sustainable development bonds in the international capital markets for over 70 years to fund programs and activities that achieve a positive impact. More information on World Bank bonds is available at www.worldbank.org/debtsecurities.

World Bank bonds support the financing of programs that further the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). World Bank bonds are aligned with the Sustainability Bond Guidelines published by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) and as such support the financing of a combination of green and social, i.e., “sustainable development” projects, programs and activities in IBRD member countries as described in the World Bank Sustainable Development Bond Framework. The World Bank is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Green Bond, Social Bond, and Sustainability Bond Principles. A key priority for the World Bank’s capital markets’ engagement is building strategic partnerships with investors to promote the importance of private sector financing in sustainable development. The World Bank’s Sustainable Development Bond Impact Report describes how the World Bank engages with investors on the SDGs and raises awareness for specific development challenges.

Disclaimers

This press release is not an offer for sale of securities of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("IBRD"), also known in the capital markets as "World Bank". Any offering of World Bank securities will take place solely on the basis of the relevant offering documentation including, but not limited to, the prospectus, term sheet and/or final terms, as applicable, prepared by the World Bank or on behalf of the World Bank, and is subject to restrictions under the laws of several countries. World Bank securities may not be offered or sold except in compliance with all such laws. The World Bank Sustainable Development Bond Framework, the World Bank’s Sustainable Development Bond Impact Report, and the information set forth therein are not a part of, or incorporated by reference into, the offering documentation.

Net proceeds of the bonds described herein are not committed or earmarked for lending to, or financing of, any particular projects or programs. Payments on the bonds described herein are not funded by any project or program.

Contact Investor Relations and Sustainable Finance | World Bank Treasury | [email protected]

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    Pay As You Go Service. This prepaid service is a great options for members who want to take control of their electricity and expenses. You choose when, how and what amount you pay each month. With no deposits, late fees or reconnect fees, you have complete control. Call us to learn more.

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    OF OUR MEMBERS' HOMES. Every member is now able to be connected to our high-speed fiber internet network! We've connected nearly 12,000 of our 26,000 member locations and are connecting more homes in rural mid-Michigan each day. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FIBER EFFORTS.

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  10. HomeWorks Connect Service Zones

    In Service! - If your zone is dark blue, service is active throughout the zone. We are still accepting new fiber internet customers in these areas, although an installation fee may be charged. Call 800-668-8413 after you pre-register for more information. If you missed the chance to pre-register when your zone was in the "Gathering Interest" or ...

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