Standing (from left to right):
Jeremy Tatro, Tammy Gamble, Craig Myotte, Renauld Demar, Linda
Osgood, John Tilton, Steve Cutler, Penny Jones, Jim Fontaine.
Kneeling (from left to right):
Frank Ferrante, Eric Waterhouse.
Edward Cote, Karlene Davis, Ken Hamblet, David Heller, Brian Quad,
Craig Myotte is the Manager and Penny Jones is the Business
MW&L is one of 2200 not-for-profit public power electric
utilities in the United States. Public power means that you, as a
consumer-owner, have a voice in how MW&L is run. MW&L is governed by
a five person Board of Electric Trustees. These Morrisville citizens
volunteer their time and expertise to advise the MW&L staff and set
policy for the Department. The Trustees serve for five-year terms
and are elected at the annual Village Meeting. The current
Board of Trustees are: Wallace Reeve (Chairman), Timothy Sargent
(Clerk), Edward DeBor, Dana Wildes, and Peter Bourne
MW&L is a department of the Village of Morrisville and
is directly responsible for addressing the needs of the Village
and its people. As a member of the community, MW&L works to
move Morrisville toward its vision of a sustainable, vibrant economy
and an excellent quality of life.
MW&L employs dedicated, motivated individuals who are
highly proficient, creative, adaptable, ethical, and supportive
of public power.
MW&L makes decisions through public participation and
local control. Meetings are conducted in an open forum to maximize
local input into public policy.
MW&L operates on a not-for-profit basis. Revenue will
be sufficient to cover costs and provide a modest amount to ensure
the sustainability of the operation.
MW&L works with all of its customers in a fair and equitable
manner that is responsive to their individual concerns. MW&L
makes decisions that are in the best long-term interest of the Village.
MW&L treats the environment with the utmost respect and
uses its influence to impact decisions and enhancement of environmental
quality, the use of renewable resources, and the sustainability