Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Robert White leaves JCPB
Johnson City Power Board spokesman Robert White is hoping the grass is bluer on the border state of Kentucky. He has accepted a job as the CEO of Russellville Electric Plant Board in Russellville, Kentucky. White has been with the JCPB for thirty years working his way up the ranks at the utility company until becoming chief public relations officer. He has been in consideration for the top job at the JCPB twice, but the committee selected other candidates. White will be leading a 4-thousand customer base company that purchases energy from TVA but also endeavors in internet, phone, and cable for the customers. His final day at the power board is set for May 10th. Power Board CEO Jeff Dykes has not issued any information on a replacement for White. (CC)

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