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Crow Wing Power shares board election results

Giles Radtke, Mark Ronnei and Paul Koering win election to board seats

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BAXTER — Crow Wing Power held its 85th annual business meeting Saturday, June 11, at Arrowwood Lodge in Baxter. A total of 5,783 ballots were cast in the board of directors election.

  • In District 1B, Giles Radtke was elected with 3,165 votes over incumbent Director Doris Mezzenga, who received 2,565 votes.
  • Mark Ronnei will take the District 2A board position previously held by Gordon Martin, who retired. Ronnei won that seat with 1,542 votes. Other candidates were Russ Nygren with 1,443 votes, Rod Veith with 1,375 and Greg Booth with 1,342 votes.
  • In District 3 at-large, incumbent Paul Koering received 3,486 votes over Sherry Habighorst with 2,232 votes.
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