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AMEA honors the City of Luverne

Fred Clark (left), president and CEO of AMEA, and Don McClellan (right) of Alexander City and AMEA Board Chairman, present the City of Luverne with a special award during the AMEA President’s Awards Dinner on April 28 in Point Clear.  AMEA honored its 11 member cities, including the City of Luverne, for their 35 years of partnership and support. Shown with Clark and McClellan are, from left to right, Robyn Snellgrove, president and CEO of the Crenshaw County Economic and Industrial Development Authority; Ann Tate; and Morris Tate, chairman of the City of Luverne Electric Board and an AMEA board member.

Fred Clark (left), president and CEO of AMEA, and Don McClellan (right) of Alexander City and AMEA Board Chairman, present the City of Luverne with a special award during the AMEA President’s Awards Dinner on April 28 in Point Clear. AMEA honored its 11 member cities, including the City of Luverne, for their 35 years of partnership and support. Shown with Clark and McClellan are, from left to right, Robyn Snellgrove, president and CEO of the Crenshaw County Economic and Industrial Development Authority; Ann Tate; and Morris Tate, chairman of the City of Luverne Electric Board and an AMEA board member.

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The Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) honored the City of Luverne for its 35 years of partnership and support during the joint action agency’s President’s Awards Dinner, Thursday, April 28, in Point Clear, Ala. The event was held in conjunction with the 2016 AMEA Power Supply Conference, April 28 and 29.

AMEA recognized its 11 members, including the City of Luverne, during the event with a special award. AMEA also honored those founding leaders and partners who were instrumental in the formation of the organization.

“Because of the vision, leadership and support of our members throughout the past 35 years, AMEA has become a valued partner in Alabama’s electric utility community,” said Fred Clark, AMEA President and CEO.

“AMEA continues to be a reliable and economical power supplier for its members. Members are committed more than ever to Joint Action as they are benefiting from AMEA’s power supply initiatives, resources and selected value-added programs and services.”

AMEA, located in Montgomery, is the wholesale power provider for 11 public power utilities in Alabama, which serve some 350,000 customers in the cities of Alexander City, Dothan, Fairhope, Foley, LaFayette, Lanett, Luverne, Opelika, Piedmont, Sylacauga and Tuskegee.