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1-17-2014 - Distribution upgrade to NWOH

North Baltimore, Ohio--January 16, 2014--Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative (HWEC) has invited area township trustees, other elected officials and county engineers to attend an informational meeting on Friday, January 17, at 8:30 a.m., at the co-op’s corporate headquarters to discuss details of the $2.7 million electric line distribution Rebuild Program planned for northwest Ohio jurisdictions in 2014. The meeting will be held at the co-op’s corporate headquarters at 1399 Business Park Drive South, North Baltimore, Ohio.


Among those officials who have confirmed they will attend are:


·       Ray Huber, Wood County Engineer

·       John Musteric, Chief Deputy, Wood County Engineer’s office

·       Christopher Long, PE, Hancock County Engineer

·       Gene Stoudinger and Mike Stearns, Perry Township Trustees

·       Mark Hartman, Madison Township Trustee

·       Jim Gosche, Jeanie Ploeger, Marion Township Trustees

·       Doug Wulff, Center Township Trustee


The Rebuild Program Overview will be conducted by HWEC Vice President of Engineering and Operations William Barnhart and staff. 


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