DMEA board needs electrical engineers
It is reassuring to see the number of candidates willing to put in the time and effort to be on the board for DMEA. When you consider the capabilities and talents of the existing board I feel that balance of knowledge and expertise is a necessity. With all the recent and upcoming changes with our electric utility, I feel one person most qualified to help in this arena is candidate Ken Otto. Ken is not only an electric power system engineer, but has vast experience in nationwide power marketing.
He’s my choice to help lead DMEA into whatever the future of our electric system holds.
Disappointed with rec camp
I am writing regarding the appalling events that unfolded at the Rec Centers "camps." Upon assurances of adult supervision I left my 4-year-old for the day. Upon picking him up, I inquired about picking up my child. I was told "that's not my job" and was directed to a vacant office. I proceeded to pick up my child and came across a scene of nearly 100 kids playing with no adult in sight. When I finally found someone who worked there, I was informed that he was also denied swimming which was supposed to be apart of the camp. To make it worse, my child admitted to having a bathroom accident as he could not find the restroom. This is potentially illegal and obviously dangerous. I will never send my child to a Montrose Rec Center "camp" again, and encourage other parents to follow suit.