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New Richmond’s Power Supplier Names New Chief Executive Officer, Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Michael W. Peters has been named the next president and CEO of WPPI Energy, the regional power company serving New Richmond Utilities and 50 other community-owned electric utilities.

Peters, who will become CEO on Feb. 1, 2011, is an attorney with extensive experience representing both large and small electric cooperatives in Kansas, Illinois and Michigan, as well as in Washington, D.C. He is currently CEO of the Michigan Electric Cooperative Association.

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As the snow flies this winter, please remember to shovel a clear path to your electric and water meters and make sure that your meters are not blocked by snow or ice. work injury lawyer

A blocked meter can result in injury to New Richmond Utility staff or an estimated bill if the meter reader cannot access your meter to read it.

Thank you for helping to keep your meters accessible.