Capital Credit Allocation on May Bill
What are Capital Credits?
You’ve probably noticed a special message on the front of your Trico bill about Capital Credits and your Capital Credit allocation. Click here to learn more about Capital Credits, how they're allocated, and how they're paid to you, the Trico Member.
Buy trees! Save on your electric bill!
Trico Members can purchase up to 3 low-water use trees through Trico’s Operation Cool Shade Program.
Trees cost $20, are a minimum of 3 feet tall and are delivered directly to your home by Trees for Tucson (some restrictions apply).
Pyers, Thompson elected to Board
Jim Pyers of Saddlebrooke and Director Marsha Thompson were elected to the Trico Board of Directors at Trico's Annual Meeting April 20 at The Casino Del Sol Resort Ballroom.
Mr. Pyers was one of five candidates running from District 7, which includes Saddlebrooke and Mt. Lemmon. Director Thompson was re-elected to represent District 4, which includes the Sahuarita and Green Valley areas.
Mr. Pyers thanked the Members who voted for him.
"I appreciate their confidence and look forward to serving on the Trico Board," he said.
Marsha Thompson was re-elected to the Board of Directors representing District 4, which includes parts of Green Valley and Sahuarita. Marsha has served on the Board for the past 12 years.
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