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Mountain Parks Electric ends fiscal year by donating more than $80,000 to locals in need

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In 2017, Mountain Parks Electric (MPE), through its Operation Round Up program, donated $80,646 to local non-profits and individuals in need. These funds were awarded to 45 individuals and 21 organizations throughout the MPE service area for health and medical costs, housing assistance, community programs and education.

 

NOTICE of Unclaimed Capital Credits (from 1990 and 1994)

Below are a list of MPE members from 1990 and 1994 to whom MPE is attempting to return unclaimed Capital Credits. To date, MPE has been unable to refund this money due to an invalid address on file or due to the fact that the previously mailed Capital Credit check remained un-cashed.  If your name appears on this list, please contact MPE by July 1, 2018 at (970) 887-3378.  

 

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

2018 Annual Meeting

Mountain Parks Electric’s 69th 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

FONTENOTS (in Winter Park) Hollandaise Sauce Recipe

Chef Josh and Server Chelsea

PHOTO: Chef Josh & Server Chelsea​ pose with a plate of Southern Benedict

 

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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. 

 

Advanced Meter (AMI) deployment information

MPE has currently put its advanced meter installation project on hold until April or May of 2016. 

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