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Fortnightly Magazine - July 1 2003
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New Hires:

Progress Energy shareholders re-elected Edwin B. Borden, James E. Bostic Jr., David L. Burner, Richard L. Daugherty, and Richard A. Nunis as Class II directors of the company. They will serve three-year terms.

Maryland Gov. Robert L. Erlich Jr. named state delegate Kenneth D. Schisler chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission. Schisler succeeds Catherine I. Riley.

The Nuclear Energy Institute re-elected Donald C. Hintz chairman of its board of directors. The Entergy Corp. president will serve a one-year term.

David Svanda, president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), chose James A. Burg to chair NARUC's Electricity Committee. Burg will leave his role as chair of NARUC's grassroots advocacy program, Washington Action, to assume his new duties as commissioner.

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Atmos Energy Corp. named Verlon "Junior" R. Aston Jr. vice president of governmental affairs, a new position at the company. Aston previously was a petroleum land/permit agent in Texas for Exxon Co. USA.

DPL Inc. appointed Pamela Holdren treasurer of the company. Holdren has been with DPL since January 2000.

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