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Thursday 02 Oct 2014

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Capital Credits 2014

This year, your local Touchstone Energy cooperative retired over $1,877,000 in Capital Credits.  


Representatives of  several of our communities’ vital businesses and organizations graciously receive their capital credit checks. (L to R) Russell Stover Store Manager, Amanda Morris, Oxbow Mine Representaive, Rob Thurman, Delta County School District Assistant Superintendent, Kurt Clay, and Superintendent, Caryn Gibson, Montrose City Councilor, Kathy Ellis, Montrose County School District Superintendent, Mark McHale are presented checks from DMEA Board President, Olen Lund.


• Because electric cooperatives operate at cost, there’s no need to generate profits for distant shareholders.

• When DMEA has money left over, it must be allocated back to the members.  That’s you.

Capital credits can be paid to members in cash or as a bill credit.

That’s one more way that DMEA gives you the power.  



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DMEA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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