Presenting the IMUA and APPA Special Recognition & RP3 Program Award to city of Highland Director of Light & Power Dan Cook (left) are IMUA President and CEO Kevin M. Gaden (center) and APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly (right).
Presenting the IMUA and APPA Special Recognition & RP3 Program Award to city of Highland Director of Light & Power Dan Cook (left) are IMUA President and CEO Kevin M. Gaden (center) and APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly (right). Provided
Presenting the IMUA and APPA Special Recognition & RP3 Program Award to city of Highland Director of Light & Power Dan Cook (left) are IMUA President and CEO Kevin M. Gaden (center) and APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly (right). Provided

City of Highland electric department earns special recognition

May 25, 2017 01:47 PM

UPDATED May 29, 2017 10:21 AM

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