FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
GRAND VALLEY POWER ANNOUNCES
BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION RESULTS
GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. - (August 5, 2022) – Grand Valley Power, an electric cooperative serving over 18,000 members in Mesa County and surrounding areas, announced today that the members have elected three directors to the Board – Carolyn Sandeen-Hall, Gary DeYoung, and Kyle Coltrinari.
Sandeen-Hall ran as an incumbent and will join DeYoung and Coltrinari, at the Wednesday, August 17, 2022, monthly board meeting. Each will serve a three-year term and join the six other sitting directors on the cooperative’s board.
The tabulation of ballots for the 2022 Board of Directors election was conducted by the local CPA firm Chadwick, Steinkirchner, Davis & Co., P.C., under the supervision of the Grand Valley Power Election Supervisory Committee. The final vote count was:
- Carolyn Sandeen-Hall 1,562 votes
- Gary DeYoung 1,428 votes
- Kyle Coltrinari 1,265 votes
- Rod Martinez 1,208 votes
Mail ballots for the election were directed to a post office box maintained by Chadwick, Steinkirchner, Davis & Co.. Cooperative members who did not mail their ballots were also able to vote in person by dropping off their ballot in a secure ballot box located at Grand Valley Power’s office or while attending the annual meeting.
You can visit our website for more information about the election procedure and results at gvp.org/director-elections.
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About Grand Valley Power
Organized in 1936, Grand Valley Power is the first rural, not-for-profit electric cooperative in Colorado. Serving over 18,000 customers within the Mesa County area, Grand Valley Power is dedicated to empowering lives with hometown service with safe, affordable, reliable electricity. For more information, visit gvp.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.