In the most recent Board Meeting for North Central Public Power District, the newest member of North Central PPD’s board, James Kounovsky, took his oath to be installed as the new Subdivision 7 director.
Also renewing their oaths, the two incumbents reelected to the board included Linda Jedlicka, representing Subdivision 3 and Terry Strope, representing the at-large, Subdivision 4.
“North Central PPD welcomes Kounovsky as he represents a majority of the city of Plainview and recognizes the contributions that Linda and Terry have provided the district in the past and going forward,” said General Manager Doyle Stevens.
At North Central PPD’s (NCPPD) December 19, 2022 board meeting, James J. Kounovsky was appointed by the board of directors to fill the vacant position for Subdivision seven.
The vacancy was the result of the redistricting of NCPPD’s Charter following the completion of the 2020 Census. Subdivision 7 was reassigned from an At-Large voting position to represent customers residing in Section 33 and the west half of 34 in North Dry Creek. This area includes a major portion of Plainview and also a portion of Section three, four, and five north of Highway 13 in South Dry Creek.
Kounovsky was seated on the board and took his oath of office representing Subdivision seven at the January board meeting.