The Horseshoe Bay Beacon Newspaper May 29, 2008
Look behind the numbers at PEC compensation study Comment deadline extended By Jodi Lehman
The dollar figures in the Report on Director Compensation presented by Navigant Consulting at last week’s meeting of the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors do not all equate with the dollar figures [...]
Horseshoe Bay Beacon Newspaper May 29, 2008
PEC legal fees top $2 million last year By Jodi Lehman
How much legal advice does a cooperative need? The answer depends on the cooperative. The Pedernales Electric Cooperative paid out a total of $2,780,083.63 in legal fees during 2007 to thirteen different attorneys or firms. In the [...]
PEDERNALES ELECTRIC CO-OP
Pedernales co-op election is a free-for-all
One incumbent among 58 candidates for PEC board.
By <http://www.statesman.com/news/content/news/stories/local/05/25/mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>Claudia Grisales AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Sunday, May 25, 2008 Having a tough time deciding whom to vote for amid the chaos, drama and complexities that can mark an election year? Then pity the 223,000-plus members of the Pedernales [...]
At the PEC Board meeting on May 19th a presentation was given by a representative from Navigant on their Board Compensation study. Details of the study are available on the PEC website, and there is a comment period open until June 3. Though the way the data is presented tends to lead you to believe [...]
Knowing that many members are having trouble choosing among the numerous candidates, the PEC4U Steering Committee met on May 17th and endorsed one candidate for each race. It was not an easy decision. more…
Ballots are out/PEC4U Candidate Forum The ballots are out. Don’t throw them away! Mail in and online voting deadline is June 13, or you can attend the Annual Meeting on June 21 and vote in person. PEC4U has put together an online Candidate Forum where you can ask your questions of the candidates – at [...]
We’re disappointed (though not overly surprised) to report that Judge Dietz approved the lawsuit settlement that he negotiated. See the article from May 6 in the Media section.