MORA — Customers of an electric cooperative serving rural areas in northeastern New Mexico may vote on proposals to cut the utility’s Board of Trustees’ costs and give the membership more control.
Three months ago, a group of customers that has opposed the Board of Trustees of the Mora-San Miguel Electric Cooperative presented six proposed amendments to the bylaws.
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