PACIFIC COUNTY, Wash. — Commissioners from four public utility districts assumed top leadership positions for 2013-214 as the Washington Public Utility Districts Association (WPUDA) announced the election of its new officers.

The new officers include Pacific County PUD Commissioner Diana Thompson, who was elected vice president. The officers serve on the association’s executive committee and board of directors, providing oversight and recommendations in support of WPUDA’s mission.

Thompson moves into her new position having served as the association’s secretary last year. She is looking forward to her new role and the opportunities it presents. “I am grateful for the opportunity to work as part of the leadership team in an organization that provides great value to communities served by public utility districts including Pacific County,” she said.

The Washington PUD Association was established in 1936. Its mission is to support, protect and enhance its members’ ability to conserve the power and water resources for the benefit of the people of the State of Washington and provide not-for-profit, locally controlled utility services.

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