Challengers promise more transparency, shift to renewable energy
By Nicole Queen
Monday, April 20, 2009 at 10:00 pm
Results should be available this week in pivotal elections for three seats on the board of the Intermountain Rural Electric Association.
The three challengers all have been endorsed by IREA Voices, a group of co-op members who say IREA is mired in fossil-fuel thinking and lacks transparency in the way it does business.
In District 5, challenger John Masson is facing off against incumbent Bruff Shea; in District 3, Mike Galvin is challenging Gene Sperry; and in District 7, Charles Bucknam is seeking to unseat George Hier.
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