Holy Cross board better off with McCaulley
In the next few days you will receive a ballot from Holy Cross Energy for election of board of directors.
I am asking you to consider me. I have been a member since 1980, married with two children, a Colorado native, currently living in Edwards, Colo., and in Eagle County for over the past 30 years.
I am running for board of directors in order to represent and be an advocate for the Holy Cross Energy cooperative. Our future will bring a number of legislative, financial and environmental questions which Holy Cross will be challenged by. As a board member I will work to keep energy prices fair, stable and affordable. I believe strongly in the need for fairness and sustainability as Holy Cross faces many new challenges.
I have served on multiple boards including Edwards Metro District, Western Eagle County Recreation District and Special District Association of Colorado. If you know me, you know me as an active member of the community.
I am a retired deputy chief of operations (fire department) overseeing a multimillion-dollar budget. Living in Edwards for the past 30 years. I have seen our communities struggle with the economic downturn loss of revenue and jobs. I promise to listen to the needs of our customers and Holy Cross to insure long term economic stability and clean sustainable energy.
As a father of two adult children, who have now returned establish new roots in this beautiful valley, I see the need for long-term reliable energy. I believe Holy Cross Energy is important to our communities. We must look at the best and cleanest way to provide reliable and affordable energy solution to the entire community.
I urge you to fill out the ballot, mail it in, and finally, please vote for me.
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