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Auburn to be site of July NPPD Board of Directors meeting

June 28, 2019

Live streaming will not be available for the July 11 session

Columbus, Neb. – The July meeting of the Nebraska Public Power District’s Board of Directors will be held in Auburn, rather than its normal location at NPPD’s General Office in Columbus.  The Thursday, July 11 Board meeting will be held at the District’s Sheridan Training Facility located at 1110 M Street, Auburn.

NPPD’s Board of Directors conducts one of its meetings each year at other locations across the state in order to provide more opportunities for the public to attend. The Board has previously met in Sutherland, Scottsbluff, Norfolk, Doniphan, York, and Kearney in 2018.

Due to the technologies used and installed at NPPD’s headquarters in Columbus, live streaming of the Board meeting will not be available for this meeting.

Thursday’s session is tentatively scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. (Central) with concurrent meetings for Energy Supply, and Customer and Support Services committees. The full Board meeting will start at approximately 10 a.m. with an official welcome from NPPD Board Chair Gary Thompson, who represents Subdivision 8 that includes Auburn and Cooper Nuclear Station, followed by the Board’s strategic business session.

The Board will continue in session until 12 noon, break for lunch and will resume the meeting at approximately 1 p.m. The public comment period is scheduled to take place at 10:30 a.m.

A full Board agenda with confirmed meeting times will be posted at on or before July 5.