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NDAREC holds its annual meeting in Bismarck

BISMARCK -- North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives posthumously honored former state legislator James Kerzman last week at its 73rd annual meeting.

BISMARCK -- North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives posthumously honored former state legislator James Kerzman last week at its 73rd annual meeting.

Kerzman was honored with the year’s Cooperative Leadership Award. He was a former director of the Slope Electric Cooperative board of directors. Kerzman died last June in an accident on his family’s farm near his hometown of Mott. His wife, Jill, accepted the award.

Delegates to the meeting also adopted resolutions on important public policy topics to the association, including one urging the state to protect the interests of electric cooperatives in the wake of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.

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