1.Lenoir City Utilities Board
206 Depot St
Electric CompaniesCity, Village & Township GovernmentUtility CompaniesGas Companies
Operational since 1938, the Lenoir City Utilities Board, also known as LCUD, is a public, full-service utility that serves customers in Loudon, Knox and Roane counties in Tennessee. It offers a range
2.Csa For Lenoir City Utilities Board
200 W Depot St
City, Village & Township GovernmentGovernment Offices
moving to the Lenoir City area, looking for online resources for utility companies...this website is pathetic...really, looks like a 5 year old created it. Get with the 21st century will ya.
3.Lenoir City Utilities Board
136 N Campbell Station Rd
Electric CompaniesGovernment OfficesCity, Village & Township Government
4.Lenoir City Board Of Education
132 Panther Dr
Public SchoolsSchoolsEducational ServicesElementary Schools
5.Lenoir City Schools Board of Education
2141 Harrison Ave
6.Lenoir City Utilities Board
206 Roane State Hwy
7.Lenoir City Utilities Board
501 N Cedar Bluff Rd
Electric CompaniesCity, Village & Township GovernmentUtility CompaniesGovernment Offices
125$ to start (25$ startup fee and 100$ deposit), 7.25$ fee to pay with a credit card. LCUB is not just inconvenient to use, it has clearly lost its mind. If there was any other option, including a mo
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