HCREC board of directors and manager listen to area legislators and discuss priorities at the fall meeting

Fall Area Legislative Meeting

Annually, in November, Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative manager, Joe Farley and your board of directors along with Nishnabotna Valley Rural Electric Cooperative co-host a meeting inviting several state and federal legislators to discuss the upcoming legislative session.

The Fall Legislative meeting is an excellent opportunity for those attending to share their views and express their concerns on issues of importance to your cooperative just before the legislative session begins.  The meeting was held at the Neola Community center and was well attended by both cooperatives and legislators representing your area.  Legislators took the time and opportunity to not only view their opinions, but ask questions regarding energy issues to be answered by your cooperative manager, Joe Farley.

Our goal is to continue to offer members safe, reliable, and affordable electric service.  Manager Farley and your Board of Directors feel that maintaining a strong relationship with Iowa and Federal lawmakers is beneficial to your Cooperative.  When energy issues come to the floor at the Capitol, legislators know the Rural Electric Cooperatives of Iowa will give them knowledgeable answers, supporting issues that could affect your electric rates.

REC Day on the Hill

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