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Posted on: October 15, 2019

Qualified candidates sought for Board of Public Utilities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The City of Springfield is seeking qualified candidates for the Board of Public Utilities. The Board has one vacancy coming available in December.

City Utilities of Springfield (CU) is a progressive, community-owned utility serving 320 square miles in southwest Missouri since 1945 with electricity, natural gas, water, broadband, and public transportation services.

Over 111,000 CU customers enjoy electricity prices among the lowest in the United States, the convenience of one bill for all utilities, and dependable hometown services delivered with a personal touch. Read more about CU’s history here.

The 11-member Board of Public Utilities is comprised of citizens and is appointed by the Springfield City Council to serve three-year terms. The Board establishes policies on how to best serve customers and sets the long-term direction for the utility as outlined in the City Charter.

Applicants for this board must meet a 2-year residency requirement. The Board meets at 3 p.m. on the last Thursday of each month in the City Utilities Board room, located at 301 E. Central St.

To apply, visit springfieldmo.gov or download and fill out the attached form and return it to the City Clerk’s office at the Busch Municipal Building, 840 Boonville.

Applications for the current vacancy will be accepted by the City Clerk until the close of business on Oct. 25, 2019.

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For more information, contact City Clerk Anita Cotter, 417-864-1651 or acotter@springfieldmo.gov or Cora Scott, 417-380-3352 or cscott@springfieldmo.gov.


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