Gary Hanson Talks South Dakota's Public Utilities Commission
In The Moment … October 1, 2020 Show 914 Hour 2
Gary Hanson was first elected to South Dakota's Public Utilities Commission in 2002. He has served three six-year terms and he's running for re-election.
Hanson was Sioux Falls' utilities commissioner for six years prior to serving as the city's mayor.
Hanson is co-founder and past president of the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System and has served on many boards of directors both in and outside of the utility industry.
What are his goals for another six years on the Public Utilities Commission should voters reelect him?