Utilities District of Western Indiana making big changes

A utility that's suing its former CEO made some significant changes this week.

Posted: Feb. 23, 2018 5:33 PM

INDIANA (WTHI) - A utility that's suing its former CEO made some significant changes this week.

The Board of Directors of the Utilities District of Western Indiana voted to cut its own pay.

Pay will be reduced from around $21,000 to $8,000. The Board accomplished most of this by eliminating health insurance for themselves.

That's according to new CEO Doug Childs.

These changes take effect June 1. Childs also told us UDWI’s annual audit is well underway.

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