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Holy Cross elects incumbent, two newcomers to board

ASPEN – Members of Holy Cross Energy elected three candidates with strong backgrounds in renewable energy to the board of directors in the June election.

Selected for the two positions in the northern district were Kristen Bertuglia and incumbent Adam Palmer. Selected for the southern district was Robert Gardner. They will serve three-year terms.

Bertuglia is sustainability coordinator for the city of Vail. Palmer is the environmental policy planner for Eagle County government.



Gardner is a former Holy Cross Energy employee who helped establish many of the cooperative’s environmental programs.


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