Peabody Municipal Light Plant Offers Historical Calendars
Peabody Municipal Light Plant (PMLP) has produced a historical calendar for its customers, featuring photographs and renderings of Peabody and Lynnfield landmarks and points of interest.
In addition to 10 others, the 2013 PMLP calendar includes pictures of the Moulton Corey House, a PMLP line crew in 1925, the Peabody Fire Department in 1895, and South Lynnfield’s Suntaug Inn. The photographs have been provided through the generosity of the Peabody Institute Library, the Peabody Historical Society, the Lynnfield Historical Society, and JC Marketing Associates of Wakefield.
In addition to the photographs and renderings, the calendar includes energy-saving tips along with a guide that provides the approximate cost of operating household appliances.
“The 2013 calendar is the first of a series that PMLP looks forward to offering this year and into the future,” stated PMLP Assistant Manager Kristina Frizzell. “We want to offer our customers an opportunity to appreciate the history of our communities and make use of the energy saving guidelines provided in the calendar.”
Due to the limited number available, calendars will be available while supplies last. The free calendar will be available now to PMLP customers at several locations in the two communities, including the PMLP office at 201 Warren Street Ext. in Peabody, the Peabody Institute Libraries, Lynnfield Public Library, the Senior Centers as well as the City/Town Halls.
Peabody Municipal Light Plant, a community owned, not-for-profit electric utility, services the citizens of Peabody and South Lynnfield. PMLP is dedicated to providing safe, reliable electricity and high quality service at the lowest possible rates. For additional information about PMLP, go to www.PMLP.com.