Re-electing itself, the Georgetown Divide Public Utility District’s majority decided to continue their control of the board.
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At Tuesday’s board meeting, President Bonnie McLane was re-elected as president, even though traditionally the gavel is passed to the vice president.
For the past year, Director Ray Griffiths has served in that capacity.
Director Kathy Otermat was elected vice president and Director Maria Capraun was re-elected treasurer.
All three positions were voted on separately with the voting pattern always being the same: McLane, Otermat and Capraun voting for, Griffiths abstaining and Director Norm Krizl voting no.
The board went on to schedule a budget workshop for Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. at district headquarters with additional ones to be held as needed.
The board also voted to change its regular meetings from mornings to evenings. Meetings will continue to be held the second Tuesday of the month but will start at 5:30 p.m. rather than 9 a.m. Voting for the change was McLane, Otermat and Capraun with Griffiths and Krizl voting no.