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Water is Precious - Please Conserve

During this summer of low precipitation, LPC is again asking all water customers to be mindful of their water usage and to conserve when possible.  Please do not water outside during the day, and minimize the use of outdoor watering.

2020 Elected Board Members

The Shareholder voting card calculation has been completed for the election of Board members. Two Inspectors of the Election have confirmed the results.  The elected Board members for 2020 are: Mitch Holmes Jami Hadlock Dan Ianniello LPC Board members thank all those who participated in the voting and for all of the Shareholders understanding of the need to cancel the 2020 Annual Shareholders meeting due to COVID-19 restrictions.  LPC did not receive any questions concerning the information that was provided in the letter sent to Shareholders to update all of the current status of LPC activities.  The LPC Board also cancelled their monthly April meeting.  We anticipate meeting during May and the posting of the meeting notes will resume at that time.

Coronavirsus /COVID-19 Notice

Liberty Pipeline Company (LPC) will continue to monitor water quality as required by the Utah Division of Water and provide sample results to regulators during the COVID-19 epidemic.  Shareholders will be notified immediately if an issue is identified. LPC will temporarily not disconnect water service for non-payment due to the virus. 

2020 Annual LPC Shareholders Meeting Cancelled

Due to COVID-19, the Annual Shareholders Meeting scheduled for April 29, 2020 has been cancelled.  LPC Board members will provide all information by mail along with the voting cards.  All voting cards must be returned by April 30, 2020.  All questions can be submitted through the LPC website  www.libertypipelinecompany.com .  The Board will post answers to questions via the website. As a shareholder/member of the Liberty Pipeline Company, you are entitled to vote for Officers/and/or company business.   There will be three board member positions up for vote by the shareholders.  

Keep your Fire Hydrants clear from snow

“Clearing snow around fire hydrants keeps them visible and accessible and will save valuable time in the case of an emergency,” In order for firefighters to quickly and easily utilize a fire hydrant in the event of a fire, there needs to be a 3 foot radius surrounding the hydrant that is completely cleared of snow. If a hydrant is covered, the firefighters need to clear it themselves and the delay that this causes could mean additional property damage, injuries or even lives lost. Unfortunately, this is sometimes an issue and the main reason for it is that people simply don’t know whose responsibility it is to clear the hydrants in their neighborhood.  It is your responsibility to clear Fire Hydrants located close to your home.

Resignation of Board Member Dave Mills.

Dave Mills has announced his resignation as one of the five Liberty Pipeline Board Members due to health issues.  LPC wishes to thank Dave for the numerous contributions of knowledge and expertise he shared with the Board members. Ed VanDyke ran for office in April 2019.  He has accepted LPC Board members request to fill in behind Dave. The current Board members are: Mitch Holmes, Matt Bailey, Jami Hadlock, Dan Ianniello, and Ed VanDyke.

Voting Results

The Board has completed the annual voting for President and Vice President.  Mitch Holmes will remain as President and Matt Bailey is Vice President. The results for voting two board members at the Annual Liberty Pipeline Company Shareholders meeting, resulted in continued participation on the Board by Dave Mills and Matt Bailey.   The Board members would like to thank Joan Woodruff and Kerri Kelly for their participation with the voting inspection.