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MPE donates $1,100 to local cancer treatment fund

November 14, 2017

 

Granby, C.O. – In the month of October, Mountain Parks Electric (MPE) helped raise more than $1,100 for locals with cancer-related expenses. For the third consecutive year, MPE’s linemen wore pink hard hats as part of the fundraising campaign. In response, MPE’s rate-paying members, employees and its board of directors donated to the cause. MPE transferred the funds to Granby’s Mountain Family Center (MFC), which will distribute the money to local cancer patients (including those in Jackson County). 

 

No electric rate increase in 2018

landscape photo near Winter Park Ski Resort

Granby, C.O. – At its November 9, 2017 board meeting, the Mountain Parks Electric (MPE) Board of Directors approved its 2018 operating budget. The budget will allow MPE to operate in 2018 without increasing members’ retail electric rates.

 

2018 Annual Meeting & Board of Director Elections: Districts 2 & 5 call for election and candidacy

2018 Annual Meeting

Mountain Parks Electric’s 68th Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at Mountain Parks Electric’s main office parking garage/warehouse at 321 West Agate Avenue in Granby, Colorado. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8 AM. The business session will begin at 9:15 AM. Voter registration will close at 9:25 AM in the case of a contested director election.

 

Board of Director Elections

Colorado Country Life Magazine Bonus Features

Law Thyne's Thumbprint Cookies (Carvers Bakery Cafe in Winter Park)
Law Thyne posing in front of Carvers Bakery Cafe pastry sign

2016 Annual Meeting Minutes

MOUNTAIN PARKS ELECTRIC, INC.

Annual Meeting of the Members

Granby, Colorado

MPE donates more than $200K in unclaimed patronage capital to local driver's ed courses

Granby, C.O. – As a non-profit business, local energy-provider Mountain Parks Electric (MPE) returns a portion of its margins to everyone who purchases the electricity that it delivers. But what happens to the money due to residents who move away and cannot be located? The answer is many good things. Recently, a portion of those dollars have been used to help keep local youth safe behind the wheel. 

 

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