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Greg Prada is running for the EID board from Division 2. Mr. Prada has been holding EID’s feet to the fire for a number of years now. He’s not a Johnny-come-lately. We’ve read many of his letters on these pages of the Mountain Democrat.
The other candidates have endorsements from various organizations and special interest groups from around the county. Mr. Prada doesn’t garner a lot of interest from these groups because his concern is with the ratepayers. He is not in the pockets of Parker Development or any other developer. He’s nobody’s man but his own. The Board of Directors and EID management don’t like him. I think that’s a good thing.
He asks the tough questions and demands accountability from them, and that makes them uncomfortable. Put a voice for the ratepayers on the board and not another puppet for the special interests. Vote for Prada.
PAUL M. KODELJA