Larry Kieft, 70, 1325 Oakes Ave., has six years of experience on the BLP board. He has lived and worked in Grand Haven his entire life. Fiscally conservative, Kieft said he will make it a priority to continue to offer affordable electric rates and prompt reliable service for all BLP customers.
Challenging the incumbents for the two director seats on Nov. 8 is Michael Ciofu, 1740 Woodlawn Ave.
Ciofu, 60, is a member of the Grand Haven Zoning Board of Appeals and Coast Guard Auxiliary. He has lived in Grand Haven for the past several years, worked previously for Ford Motor Co. in Wixom.
“I really don’t have a background with the Board of Light & Power, but I do have a manufacturing background,” he said.
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