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Published: October 14, 2020


In accordance with the ColumbiaGrid Bylaws and the Revised Code of Washington, the following recent meetings were held to authorize dissolving the Corporation and distributing its assets by the end of calendar year 2020:

• On September 30, 2020, at an open meeting of the Board of Directors, the Board approved a resolution to recommend to the Members that the Corporation be dissolved by December 31, 2020, and that a Distribution of Assets Plan be adopted by the Members;

• On October 2, 2020, at an open special meeting of the Members of ColumbiaGrid, the Members voted to dissolve the Corporation by December 31, 2020, pursuant to Section 12.4 of the Bylaws; and On October 9, 2020, at a continuation of the October 2, 2020, open special meeting of the Members of ColumbiaGrid, the Members voted to adopt the Distribution of Assets Plan, as approved by the Board of Directors on September 30, 2020, pursuant to Section 12.5 of the Bylaws and the Revised Code of Washington Section 24.03.230.

ColumbiaGrid is a 501(c)(6) non-profit corporation which was organized in the State of Washington in 2006. The ColumbiaGrid Members formed and launched, as of April 1, 2020, a regional planning association, known as NorthernGrid, that will substantively replace the regional planning services that had been provided by ColumbiaGrid. Click on the links below for the September 30, 2020, Board Resolution and the September 30, 2020, Distribution of Assets Plan adopted by the Board of Directors on September 30 and the Members on October 9, 2020.

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Member: Chelan County PUD      Project: ColumbiaGrid     
Chelan County PUD

"Chelan PUD is a strong supporter of ColumbiaGrid and the work that’s accomplished through the transmission Planning and Expansion Functional Agreement (PEFA). As a result of that process, the mid-C utilities (Chelan, Grant and Douglas PUDs) and Bonneville Power Administration were able to reach an agreement that defined the need for a new transmission line, as well as determine who will construct, own and pay for the facility. Those difficult decisions were made successful through the expert and independent expertise of the ColumbiaGrid staff."
~~ Chad Bowman, Director - Transmission and Compliance