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Orlando Utilities Commission

Orlando, Florida

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Riverside, California

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PUD No. 1 of Whatcom County

FERNDALE, Washington

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Kissimmee, Florida

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Orlando, Florida

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Orrville, Ohio

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Grass Valley, California

Denton Municipal Electric

Denton, Texas

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Umatilla, Oregon

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Groton, Connecticut

Grant County PUD #2

Ephrata, Washington

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Alameda, California

Pioneer Community Energy

Rocklin, California

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City of Loveland

Loveland, Colorado

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Missouri River Energy Services

Brayton, Iowa

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Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

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Saipan , Northern Mariana Islands

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Missouri River Energy Services

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems

Salt Lake City, Utah

Owatonna Public Utilities

Owatonna, Minnesota

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General Manager
BACKGROUND West Memphis Utilities (WMU) is a municipal power utility serving the City of West Memphis.  The utility provides electric, water, wastewater, and fiber services to approximately 10,000 customers, and is governed by a 7-person board with oversight from the West Memphis City Council.  The General Manager reports directly to the mayor, and all other utility employees report to the GM.  The City Council approves the MWU’s budget and rates, otherwise, it is not involved in the operation of the utility. The city has a peak load of about 80 MW.  WMU owns 1% positions in Units 1 & 2 of the Independence Power Plant and Units 1 & 2 of the White Bluff Power plant.  MWU’s share of the coal plant production is about 32 MW.  In addition to this generation su


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