The Metropolitan Government of Lynchburg, Moore County, TN (August 18th 2020) – The Moore County Utility Department is announcing the upgrade of 2,500 water meters and related Automatic Meter Infrastructure. The project is scheduled to be completed in the fall. “This upgrade will allow meters to be read and monitored from a central location, even with the diverse terrains of Moore County,” stated Russell Sells, Utility General Manager. “The result is the utility will operate more efficiently while improving service to our customers.” Zenner, Inc. and G&G Supply, Inc. provided the metering solution including project design and installation. Government Capital Corporation was selected as the most cost-effective financing solution.
“GCC made the financing process extremely smooth during a time when most people were working remote. Everyone I spoke to was very knowledgeable and provided excellent customer service. GCC’s experience and expertise were of great value to our project,” stated Brooke Fanning, Office Manager for Moore County Utility Department.
“I want to congratulate Mr. Sells and his team for their foresight and leadership with the upgraded water meters and AMI,” stated Ed King, Government Capital Corporation Senior Vice President. “This investment will benefit Lynchburg and Moore County for many years.”
About Metropolitan Government of Lynchburg and Moore County
Lynchburg and Moore County is a consolidated city-county government with Lynchburg as the county seat. It is located in the south-central region of Tennessee with a very diverse terrain, partially on the rugged Highland Rim and partially in the flatter Nashville Basin. The original Jack Daniels Distillery is located in Lynchburg and is a major employer of Moore County.
About Government Capital Corporation
Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to all local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $4 billion in Tennessee and across the country. For more information, visit www.govcap.com.