Ten utilities earn awards in APPA report contest
Originally published November 19, 2012
Ten public power utilities received awards of excellence and merit for the 2012 APPA Annual Report Contest. A panel of judges representing the media, public relations and graphic design fields evaluated digital and print entries in four categories. Recipients were honored with certificates during the 2012 Customer Connections Conference in Indianapolis in October.
- Award of Excellence—Sacramento Municipal Utility District, California
- Award of Merit—Florida Municipal Power Agency, Orlando, Fla.
- Award of Excellence—Santee Cooper, Moncks Corner, S.C.
- Award of Merit—ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc., Raleigh, N.C.
- Award of Excellence—City Utilities of Springfield, Mo.
- Award of Merit—Reading Municipal Light Department., Massachusetts
- Award of Excellence—Holland Board of Public Works, Michigan
- Award of Excellence—Columbia River People's Utility District, St. Helens, Ore.
- Award of Merit—Heartland Consumers Power District, Madison, S.D.
- Award of Merit—Longmont Power & Communications, Colorado
|Bob Burns, public information specialist, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), accepts an Award of Excellence for the Class A Print division on behalf of SMUD. With him at left is Kim Weaver, energy services manager for the city of Rocky Mount, N.C., and incoming section chair of the APPA Customer Connections Section.|
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