SEAPA board hears operations plan update, approves operating budget increases


The board of directors of the Southeast Alaska Power Agency held a teleconference meeting March 31, to hear an annual operations plan update as well as some operating budget increases, among other items. SEAPA provides hydroelectric power to the communities of Wrangell, Petersburg, and Ketchikan. The board is made up of five voting directors and alternates, who are appointed by their respective communities annually to represent them.

The operations plan update, according to the meeting's agenda packet, forecasts expected reservoir levels in Tyee and Swan Lake, where SEAPA draws hydropower f...

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