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Letter: Keep reforms going at Pedernales Electric

EDITOR:

I filed the appeal of the PEC lawsuit settlement that was ruled on by the Third Court of Appeals. Although the appeal was unsuccessful, I continue to be concerned about the co-op’s future, and have been asked by several candidates for support in the PEC Director election. In your coverage of the pending election, I hope you will find room for my endorsement of Larry Landaker, Cristi Clement, and Patrick Cox.

This election will finally end the decades-long dynasty of Directors who dozed while the PEC was managed like a personal fiefdom. This election will create a 5-to-2 Board majority for reform-minded Directors; beginning in June, there will be only two lonely holdovers from the good-old-boy era.

Landaker, Clement, and Cox will continue the reformation of the PEC Board of Directors into a governing body that will be responsive to the co-op member/owners. I believe they are the best qualified and have the strongest commitment to ethical governance and fiscal responsibility.

David Allen Hall, Ph.D.
Blanco

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#1 Comment By Larry On 05/27/2009 @ 7:38 am

David,

Seeing as how you never attend any PEC Meetings, how would you know who’s qualified to serve on the board and what the current needs of the co-op are? Your endorsement of special-interest group backed candidates is gravely disappointing. After everything we members have been through the last thing we need is a bunch of puppets controlled by a few powerful people, much like we had with Bennie Fuelberg and Bud Burnett. You ran last year as an independent candidate, and I supported you for that. Now you appear to be a turn-coat, selling out the rate payers to endorse some people I bet you don’t even know.