The next PPS Board Meeting is scheduled for April 10 at noon at 1500 Broadway, Paducah, KY.
Paducah Power System is a municipal utility which operates under all applicable state and federal regulations.
A five member board sets our policies and oversees our operations. Our General Manager, Gary Zheng, manages the day to day operations according to those policies. As required by state law, our board members are appointed by the mayor of Paducah and approved by the Paducah City Commission. Our board includes, at all times, a current city commission member or the city manager. However, decisions made by the Electric Plant Board are independent of the city commission and do not require approval by the commission.
A full board term is four years. A board member may serve more than one term. Board members do not have to be Paducah Power customers, but, according to state law, they must reside in the city of Paducah. Our current board members are:
Vice Chair-Mark Workman
Secretary/Treasurer-Adolphus Jones, Jr.
Member-Jeff Pederson, City Manager
Regular Paducah Electric Plant Board meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at noon at PPS offices, 1500 Broadway, Paducah. However, board business is typically sufficiently accomplished during the first regular meeting of each month, eliminating the need for the second regular meeting.
Open Meetings/Open Records
Paducah Power System is subject to and abides by Kentucky’s Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. Therefore, our board meetings are open to the public.
Annual Financial Report
Paducah Power System is audited each year. Click these links to see the audits performed by Williams, Williams and Lentz, Certified Public Accountants for Fiscal Years 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Paducah Power’s rates are in accordance with a rate study performed in 2012-2103 by Black & Veatch, a global engineering and consulting firm specializing in energy and other utilities. That rate study may be viewed by clicking this link.
The PPS Board of Directors, in a move to seek rate stabilization and eventual rate relief, approved a Rate Recovery Plan on November 12, 2014. The elements of the plan have been completed. Details of that plan may be found by clicking on these links.