The Georgia Public Service Commission (GPSC) said Tuesday that commissioner Doug Everett will serve as chairman of the five-member utility regulatory board during 2004. Commissioner Angela Speir will serve as commission vice-chairman. The GPSC said Everett is the first Republican elected to the commission from Southwest Georgia. Before his election to the commission in 2002, he served three terms in the Georgia House from Albany. As a state representative, Everett served on the House Industry Committee and the Subcommittee on Utilities.
Dominion said Tuesday that it has added two new officers and changed some of the responsibilities for two others. Thomas R. Bean has been named vice president of financial management at Dominion's services company, and Thomas P. Wohlfarth has been named vice president of financial management for Dominion Energy. Previously, Bean had been managing director of financial and business services at Dominion Energy, and Wohlfarth had been Dominion's director of investor relations. The company also announced that Fred G. Wood III, previously senior vice president of financial management at Dominion Exploration & Production in Houston, has been named senior vice president of financial management for Dominion Generation in Richmond. Dennis G. Millet, previously vice president of marketing and financial management at Dominion Exploration & Production, has been named vice president of financial management and has assumed Wood's previous responsibilities. The changes were effective Jan. 1.
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