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Minnesota Crews Hard at Work Repairing Hurricane Irma Damage

The Minnesota municipal electric crews are hard at work alongside those from the Kissimmee Utility Authority, as they diligently repair damage from Hurricane Irma. By late yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon, the 44 men had arrived and were... Read more

Minnesota Crews Scheduled to Reach Kissimmee, Florida Today

Hurricane Irma mutual aid update: The Minnesota municipal electric utility crews responding to calls for help planned on leaving Cartersville, Georgia around 4:00 a.m. this morning. If all goes as planned, that should put them at Kissimmee... Read more

Minnesotans to Leave Saturday for Hurricane Irma Response

The American Public Power Association (APPA) has asked the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association (MMUA) to organize electric system ‘mutual aid’ crews to head for Kissimmee, Florida in anticipation of substantial storm recovery... Read more

MMUA Delays Overhead School for Hurricane Mutual Aid

Hurricane Irma has forced MMUA to reschedule the Sept. 12 Minnesota Lineworker Rodeo and Sept. 12-15 Overhead School. MMUA has been asked to send mutual aid crews to Florida, so we have trucks, equipment, participants, instructors and judges... Read more

Members Conclude Business at 76th Annual Conference

A number of actions were taken at the 76 th MMUA Annual Conference, held Aug. 21-23 at Madden’s Resort near Brainerd. John Crooks of Shakopee, Chris Olson of Alexandria and Vernell Roberts of Detroit Lakes were elected to a second... Read more

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