Originally published February 1, 2013
Carl Gaulke, general manager of River Falls Municipal Utilities in Wisconsin, has retired following 41 years of service. Kevin Westhuis, who handles media and communications for Fort Collins Utilities in Colorado, has accepted the position as utility director in River Falls starting March 4.
Ed Williams, general manager of Centralia Light Department in Washington, retired on Jan. 31. M.L. Norton joins the utility as the new general manager on Feb. 4. He was formerly a project manager for Central Electric Cooperative in Redmond, Ore.
Marilyn McNabb was elected chairperson of the Lincoln, Neb., Electric System’s administrative board for 2013. Also elected were Jerry Hudgins, vice chair; and Dan Harshman, secretary.
Calvin Jones, director of public relations and diversity at the Lansing, Mich., Board of Water & Light, was named chair of the board of directors of the Lansing Economic Development Corporation, Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and Lansing Tax Increment Finance Authority. The three economic development organizations work with the Lansing Economic Area Partnership and share a joint board.
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