Voting Bertuglia, Palmer for Holy Cross Energy board is quick, easy (letter)
May 19, 2018
If your electricity bill comes from Holy Cross Energy, you are a member-owner of the cooperative and should be proud. Holy Cross is one of the most forward-thinking electricity co-ops in the nation, thanks to members like you electing directors that represent your values.
If you recently received your Holy Cross ballot, please be sure to vote for Kristen Bertuglia and Adam Palmer. It's simple, easy and has a huge impact — possibly one of the largest direct impacts you can have on your electricity rates and access to renewable energy.
Kristen and Adam have been a key part of helping Holy Cross achieve nearly 40 percent clean/renewable energy in 2017, without raising rates. They will continue this momentum. Both are committed to ensuring that Holy Cross remains a leader in clean, responsible energy, as well as safety, reliability and affordability.
Both support and will continue to provide Holy Cross consumers with innovative programs to help businesses and families save money and have the vision to support electric vehicles and transit to reduce pollution and save costs.
In addition to being exemplary directors at Holy Cross, both Kristen and Adam are longtime locals who bring deep knowledge of community needs, issues, dynamics and values to their service on the Holy Cross board. By re-electing these directors, the Roaring Fork, Eagle and Colorado river valleys will continue to benefit, both economically and environmentally. Voting is quick and easy but has a huge impact on our energy future.
Vote Kristen Bertuglia and Adam Palmer for Holy Cross board in 2018.
Recommended Stories For You
Trending In: Opinion
- Why I volunteer as a mentor with the Vail Valley Foundation’s YouthPower365 (letter)
- The future of our local wildlife is up to us; just say ‘no’ to paved access to Berlaimont (letter)
- Ramirez: Why Testing Matters (column)
- Scatter ashes wherever, but don’t bring headstones into the wilderness (letter)
- Thomas: A history lesson on the Founding Fathers, courtesy of Brett Kavanaugh (column)
- Vail Valley entrepreneur launches bikes into a new niche in the e-bike world
- Hardscrabble Ranch plan, and name change options, will be unveiled Wednesday night, Sept. 19
- Eagle County knows finding affordable housing solutions never gets easier
- Vail Valley boy suffers only minor injuries after colliding with food truck
- Everybody sing, ‘Sweet Caroline,’ as Battle Mountain volleyball beats Eagle Valley