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Fortnightly Magazine - February 1 2000
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Reliant Energy's Don D. Jordan retired from his position as chairman of the board Dec. 31. R. Steve Letbetter, who had served as president and chief executive officer since June, has been named chairman, president and chief executive officer. Jordan served as CEO of Reliant Energy and its predecessor companies for 23 years, one of the longest tenures as a chief executive among major companies in Houston and in the energy business.

Matthew C. Cordaro has been appointed president and CEO of the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator. Cordaro's career spans over 30 years as a senior executive in both the utility and independent power industries. He was most recently president and CEO of Nashville Electric Service, one of the 10-largest public electric utilities in the nation.

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Gov. Jesse Ventura has appointed Commissioner Gregory Scott as chair of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. Scott replaces Edward Garvey, who resigned but will complete his term as a member of the commission. Scott has been a member of the PUC since 1997, prior to which he was a trial lawyer handling regulatory issues with the Minneapolis law firm of Messerli and Kramer.

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