June 10 2016: Board Election Results: Garvey, Sibold Re-elected
Yesterday, San Miguel Power Association held its 77th Annual Meeting at its office in Nucla, CO. The meeting concluded with the reading of election results for its District No. 1 and District No. 4 board director elections.
In District No. 1, challenger, Tom Loczy received 160 votes while incumbent, Doylene Garvey received 227. Garvey was declared the winner and will resume her directorship for another four-year term.
In District No. 4, incumbent, Jack Sibold received 118 votes, while challenger, Toby Brown received 73. Sibold will continue as the District No. 4 board representative.
San Miguel Power Association, Inc. is a member-owned, locally-controlled rural electric cooperative with offices...
The West End Reliability Project, which will result in a new substation transformer, replacing one that was struck by lightning, will conclude with the following scheduled power outage:
June 22, 2016
Location: Southwest of Naturita (Including Slick Rock, and Basin), and all meters in the West End of Montrose County
Time: 8 am to noon
Work to be Performed: Second stage Reconfiguration of the Monogram Line and placing the new transformer in service.
These repairs and upgrades will give SMPA the ability to keep power flowing during future maintenance activities and it will minimize the impact of outages by enabling better communication with the Nucla Power Plant. We thank you for your patience.
Learn more about the West End Reliability Project
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