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Powering Tomorrow: Co-ops Lead the Way COLORADO RURAL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION

2017 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING February 11-14, 2017

BROWN PALACE HOTEL, DENVER


Colorado Rural Electric Association

2017 Annual Membership Meeting

Brown Palace Hotel, Denver

AG ENDA Saturday, February 11

8:30 am - 3:30 pm Director Course 2600.1 Director Duties & Liabilities Location: Central City 4:00 - 6:00 pm Electricity 101: Reliability Standards, Alice Ireland, Tri-State G&T Location: Central City

Sunday, February 12

9:00 am - 4:00 pm Director Course 961.1 Evolution of Electric Cooperative Power Supply Location: Co-ops A-P Ballroom A Location: Co-ops Q-Z Central City 12:00 pm

CEEI Annual Meeting Location: Tabor

2:00 - 6:00 pm

Registration Location: Ballroom Foyer

5:00 pm

CARE Committee Meeting Location: Tabor

6:30 - 9:00 pm Banquet, Awards, & Guest Speaker Debra Faulkner, Brown Palace Historian Location: Ballroom

Monday, February 13

6:45 am-12:00 pm Registration Location: Ballroom Foyer 7:00 - 8:50 am

Managers Breakfast Meeting Location: Onyx

7:00 - 8:50 am

Presidents Breakfast Meeting Location: Brown Palace Club

7:00 am

Coffee hosted by NRTC Location: Ballroom Foyer

7:45 - 8:50 am Membership Breakfast with Michael Silverstein, Air Quality Control Commission, CDPHE Location: Ballroom B

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9:00 - 9:45 am

Western United Annual Meeting Location: Ballroom A

9:45 - 10:00 am

Break

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10:00 - 10.30 am

Tom Halverson, CEO, CoBank — Economic Update Location: Ballroom A

10:30 - 11:15 am Tom Lorenzen, Partner, Crowell & Moring — Clean Power Plan Location: Ballroom A 11:15 - 11:50 am Irfan Elahi, Section Head, National Center for Atmospheric Research — Supercomputing Location: Ballroom A 12:00 pm

Lunch with Jim Matheson, CEO, NRECA Location: Ballroom B

1:30 pm

Break

1:45 - 2:30 pm

CREA Legislative Briefing Location: Ballroom B

2:30 - 4:30 pm

CREA Annual Meeting Location: Ballroom B

5:30 - 7:30 pm

Legislative Reception Location: 5280 Suite

8:30 am CREA/Women’s Task Force Tea, Ladies of the Brown Speaker & Tour Location: Coronet

Tuesday, February 14 6:45 - 7:15 am

Breakfast Location: Ballroom A

7:30 - 8:00 am

Buses Depart from the Brown Palace to the Capitol Location: Tremont Place

8:00 -10:30 am

Co-op Day at the Capitol Location: Old Supreme Court Chambers, 2nd floor

8:00 am

Legislative Speakers

9:00 am Cynthia Coffman, Attorney General, State of Colorado 9:30 am Donna Lynne, Lt. Governor & Chief Operating Officer, State of Colorado 10:00 am Rick Thompson, Transition Team Manager, Tri-State G&T 10:30 am Stephanie Copeland, Executive Director, Office of Economic Development & International Trade 11:00 am

Load Bus for Return to Hotel


Colorado Rural Electric Association

2017 Annual Membership Meeting | Monday, February 13 | 2:30 p.m.

AG ENDA CREA President Jack Schneider presiding 1. Call to Order 2. Reading of Official Notice 3. Roll Call 4. Approval of Membership Meeting Minutes 5. Reports CFC Report — Sheldon Petersen, CEO Colorado Electric Educational Institute Report — Jim Herron, President Federated Insurance Report — Phil Irwin, CEO G&T Report — Rick Gordon, Chairman Manager’s Association Report — Mike McBride, President NRECA Resolutions — Stuart Travis, Director NRTC Report — Chris Bradley, Regional Business Manager Women’s Task Force Report — Karolyn Michalewicz, President 6. Executive Directors Report — Kent Singer 7. Officer Reports Treasurer — Virginia “Ginny” Buczek President — Jack Schneider 8. Unfinished Business 9. New Business 10. Adjourn

Roll Call Member

Delta-Montrose Electric Empire Electric Grand Valley Power Gunnison County Electric Highline Electric Holy Cross Energy Intermountain REA K.C. Electric La Plata Electric Morgan County REA Mountain Parks Electric Mountain View Electric Poudre Valley REA San Isabel Electric San Luis Valley REC San Miguel Power Sangre De Cristo Electric Southeast Colorado Power Tri-State G&T United Power White River Electric Y-W Electric Yampa Valley Electric

Manager’s Association President Vice President Secretary

Associate Members Basin Electric CoBank Moon Lake Wheatland Electric

Director

Kyle Martinez Jerry Fetterman Rodney A. Martinez John Vader Jim Lueck Megan Gilman Timothy L. White Dan Mills Kohler McInnis Randolph D. Graff Jeff Hauck Donna Andersen-VanNess Jack R. Schneider Debbie Rose Eleanor Valdez Bob Justis Joe Redetzke Shad Sullivan Robert C. Bledsoe Ginny Buczek William H. Jordan Stuart Travis Scott McGill

Alternate

None Designated John Porter Thomas M. Walch Bart Laemmel Michael Bournia David Munk Patrick B. Mooney Jim Michal Robert Formwalt Larry Hoozee Richard Zieff Joseph D. Martin Steven D. Anderson Joseph Costa Carol Lee Dugan Debbie Cokes Suzanne Kelly None Designated None Designated Ursula Morgan Richard Welle Max Olsen Tom Fox

Mike McBride Jeff Wadsworth Jack Johnston William Stafford Seth Hart Brad Casto Patrick Riley

None Designated Doran Dennis None Designated Charles Ayers

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S PEAK E RS

CHRIS BRADLEY NRTC

Chris Bradley is a regional business manager for the NRTC, the cooperative which provides solutions that help their electric and telephone members implement the advantages of evolving technology to rural America. His area of responsibility covers the western part of United States. He has been with NRTC for four years.

CYNTHIA COFFMAN

COLORADO ATTORNEY GENERAL Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman took office in January 2015. Since then she has focused on community outreach, consumer protection and protecting public safety and Colorado’s sovereignty. General Coffman began her tenure at the Colorado Department of Law in March of 2005 when she was appointed chief deputy attorney general. Coffman served in this role for 10 years, acting as chief of staff and chief operating officer for the largest law firm in Colorado. A native Missourian, General Coffman graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1983. She worked in development for children’s hospitals and pediatric research for several years before completing law school at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta in 1991.

STEPHANIE COPELAND

COLORADO OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE Stephanie Copeland was recently appointed executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade. Copeland’s career spans nearly three decades in the international telecommunications sector. She joined the trade office from The Zayo Group. Previously, Copeland served as chief operating officer at WildBlue, where she was responsible for rural broadband operations. In the early 1990s, she worked in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she worked on a joint venture to bring competitive telecommunications to the region. Copeland moved back to the U.S. in 1994, as part of a company that built some of the first competitive telecom networks in Europe. Copeland holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Illinois in German and commercial studies. She completed post graduate courses in Germany. Copeland is a Blackstone Entrepreneur and was named Fierce Telecom’s top women to watch in 2015.

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IRFAN ELAHI

NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH Irfan Elahi is the project manager overseeing the installation of the University Corporation of Atmospheric Research’s newest supercomputers — Yellowstone and Cheyenne — as section head in NCAR’s Computational and Information Systems Laboratory. Elahi grew up in Lahore, Pakistan, the cultural hub of the Punjab region. In an extremely competitive environment for only a few places at universities, Elahi’s scores qualified him to study at the University of Engineering & Technology in Taxila, near Islamabad. While completing his engineering degree, he won an internship with IBM in Pakistan and then a permanent job with the corporation. After a stint with the Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Aramco) in Saudi Arabia, he came to the U.S. in 1998. In 2003, he was hired by NCAR, where he has won six internal awards from CISL in 11 years for such work as bringing new supercomputer clusters into production and decommissioning others.

DEBRA FAULKNER

BROWN PALACE HISTORIAN As a Colorado native, Debra Faulkner comes by her passion for local history naturally. Since earning her master’s in history from the University of Colorado at Denver, Faulkner has taught U.S. and Colorado history at Metropolitan State University. A longtime volunteer-member of several local historical and preservation groups, she is also a former board member of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame and presidentelect of the Denver Women’s Press Club. She is the author/co-author of seven books on Colorado and women’s history. Since 2008, Faulkner has been the official historian for the Brown Palace Hotel, where she conducts tours of Denver’s oldest continuously operating hotel. Faulkner presents public history programs, both at the hotel and throughout the community. She especially enjoys telling the stories of Colorado’s extraordinary women in first-person programs that allow her to dress-up in period costumes.

THOMAS HALVERSON COBANK

As CoBank’s chief executive officer, Thomas Halverson is responsible for implementing the bank’s strategic and business direction as set by the board of directors. He is also chairman of CoBank’s Management Executive Committee and serves as chairman and director of Farm Credit Leasing. Previously, he served as CoBank’s chief banking officer.


Prior to joining CoBank in 2013, Halverson spent more than 15 years with Goldman Sachs. He was most recently managing director and chief of staff for Goldman Sachs Bank USA, a $120 billion commercial bank subsidiary of the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Before joining Goldman Sachs, Halverson served as principal credit officer for country risk at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. Halverson earned a British Marshall Scholarship and completed a doctorate in war studies at King’s College, University of London and is a summa cum laude graduate of Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

PHIL IRWIN

FEDERATED RURAL ELECTRIC INSURANCE EXCHANGE

LT. GOVERNOR DONNA LYNNE STATE OF COLORADO

Sworn in as Colorado’s 49th lieutenant governor in May 2016, Donna Lynne replaced Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia, who resigned. Prior to that, Dr. Lynne served as the executive vice president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and as group president responsible for its Colorado, Pacific Northwest and Hawaii regions. From 1998 to April 2005, Dr. Lynne was the executive vice president and chief operating officer for Group Health Inc. In the mid-1990s, she was the executive director of the New York Business Group on Health. Dr. Lynne also spent 20 years working in various positions in New York City government.

Phil Irwin is president and CEO of Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange and has been since July 2006. Prior to that, he served as CFO and senior vice president of finance. Prior to joining Federated, Irwin was a senior tax accountant for United Telephone and senior accountant for Ernst & Young. He graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He is also a CPA.

In addition to her role as an International Executive Fellow with the International Federation of Health Plans, Dr. Lynne is the recipient of numerous honors and accolades, including the Denver Business Journal’s 2008 Outstanding Women in Business award; the 2009 Distinguished Coloradan Award from the University of Colorado Denver School of Pharmacy; the President’s Award from Women in Health Management; and the Health Care Leadership Award from the New York Business Group on Health.

TOM LORENZEN

JIM MATHESON

CROWELL & MORING

Tom Lorenzen is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C., office and is a member of the Environment & Natural Resources and Government Affairs Group. Tom works with clients seeking to successfully navigate the federal environmental rulemaking process. With a decade of U.S. Justice Department experience, Tom oversaw many of the seminal environmental cases of the last decade. These include Massachusetts v. EPA, in which the Supreme Court affirmed EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act, and Entergy v. Riverkeeper, in which the court held that EPA has discretion under the Clean Water Act to consider or decline to consider costs in determining how to regulate cooling water intake structures. In the D.C. Circuit and the other federal courts of appeals, he oversaw the government’s defense in Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA, in which the court upheld EPA’s first suite of greenhouse gas regulations (largely upheld by the Supreme Court in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA); EME Homer City Generation, L.P. v. EPA and North Carolina v. EPA, in which the court reviewed EPA’s various attempts to address interstate transport of air pollutants; numerous cases challenging EPA regulations governing emissions of hazardous air pollutants; and National Cotton Council v. EPA, in which the Sixth Circuit reviewed EPA’s Clean Water Act regulations governing the application of pesticides over waters of the United States.

NATIONAL RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Jim Matheson is chief executive officer of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. He joined NRECA in July 2016 following distinguished careers in both the public and private sectors. Prior to that, Matheson worked on public policy with the international law firm Squire Patton Boggs, based in Washington, D.C. From 2001 to 2015, Jim served as a United States Representative from Utah. He was chief deputy whip for the House Democratic Caucus and served as co-chairman of the Blue Dog Coalition. Matheson was a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, as well as the Financial Services, Transportation and Infrastructure, and Science Committees. Prior to entering government service, Jim worked in the energy industry for several years.

SHELDON C. PETERSEN NATIONAL RURAL UTILITIES COOPERTIVE FINANCE CORPORATION

Sheldon Petersen has been CFC’s chief executive officer since March 1995. He joined CFC in August 1983 as an area representative and provided financial management and consulting services to the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Montana and the Dakotas. In 1990, Petersen moved to CFC headquarters where he held various management positions.

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Petersen began his career in the rural electrification program in 1976 with Nishnabotna Valley REC in Harlan, Iowa. In November 1980, he became general manager of Rock County ECA, now Rock Energy Cooperative in Janesville, Wisconsin. Petersen serves as a director on the board of the Homestead Funds, a family of publicly traded no-load mutual funds established in 1990 by NRECA. A native of western Iowa, he received his Bachelor of Arts in marketing from the University of Northern Iowa in 1975.

MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN

COLORADO AIR QUALITY CONTROL COMMISSION Michael Silverstein is the administrator and technical secretary for the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, the Colorado Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission, and the Southern Ute Indian Tribe/State of Colorado Environmental Commission. Silverstein began as a state air quality planner for the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division in 1992 and became the division’s deputy director and manager of planning and policy in 2004. Silverstein’s area of expertise is in air quality planning, which involves working with industry, government agencies and citizens to develop approaches for improving air quality and managing environmental initiatives. Prior to working for the state, Silverstein was an environmental scientist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 8 offices in Denver. He has also worked as an environmental consultant in Florida and with the U.S. Forest Service in Colorado.

KENT SINGER

COLORADO RURAL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Kent Singer became CREA’s executive director on January 1, 2010. Singer was previously the association’s general counsel, and was also corporate counsel for Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, and general counsel for Holy Cross Energy. Singer was a founding member of the Board of Advisors for the Electric Cooperative Bar Association, and is currently a member of that association as well as the Denver and Colorado Bar Associations. Singer is a graduate of Kansas State University and the University of Kansas School of Law.

RICK THOMPSON

TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION ASSOCIATION In November of 2016, Rick Thompson started the assignment of “transition team manager” for Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association with the primary focus of coordinating the transition processes required to decommission Nucla Station, New Horizon Mine and Craig Unit #1. Prior to this assignment, Thompson was senior manager of transmission, land rights and permitting at Tri-State. He and his staff had primary responsibility for siting, conducting permitting activities (federal, state and local), acquiring and managing land rights, and conducting environmental compliance activities for electric transmission lines, substations and related utility facilities within Tri-State’s 200,000 squaremile service territory. Additionally, Rick worked 20 years at Xcel Energy and its predecessor companies in varying capacities prior to coming to Tri-State.

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Southeast Colorado Power

Credentialed Cooperative Director Delta-Montrose Electric John Gavan Kyle Martinez William Martinez Anthony Prendergast

Empire Electric

William Bauer Jerry Fetterman William Mollenkopf John Porter David Sitton

Grand Valley Power

John P. Gormley Dennis Joseph Haberkorn Rod A. Martinez Donald J. McClaskey S. James O’Connor William F. Rooks Sylvia A. Spangler

Gunnison County Electric Mark R. Daily Paul Hudgeons Barton Laemmel Christopher P. Morgan John P. Vader Greg Wiggins

Highline Electric Michael J. Bennett Michael A. Bournia Leo Brekel Teddy L. Carter Jim L. Lueck Merl W. Miller Steven D. Oestman Merlin R. Prior

Holy Cross Energy Kristen N. Bertuglia Lynn E. Dwyer Robert H Gardner Megan M. Gilman Michael A. Glass David C. Munk Adam L. Palmer

Poudre Valley REA Intermountain REA Michael Kempe

K.C. Electric

Robert C. Bledsoe James D. Michal Luanna L. Naugle Terry Eugene Tagtmeyer Marvin L. Thaller

La Plata Electric

Jeff Berman Douglas W. Lyon Davin Montoya Joseph A. Wheeling

Morgan County REA David E. Arndt Randolph Dale Graff Casper Hergenreter Larry Hoozee William G. Midcap Timothy A. Peggram Brian D. Schlagel Cary L. Wickstrom

Roger F. Alexander Steven D. Anderson Gerglyn L. Diehl James F. Fender Rickey D. Johnson Thaine J. Michie Jan K. Peterson Jack R. Schneider Ronald G. Sutherland

San Isabel Electric Joseph V. Costa Edward R. Garcia Donald Gene Keairns Dennis A. Maroney Doris Morgan Deborah R. Rose Jacque R. Sikes

San Luis Valley REC Carol Lee Dugan Richard Inman Michael D. Rierson Kenneth C. Wakasugi Scott Wolfe

San Miguel Power

Jeff S. Hauck Greg Norwick Carl Trick Richard A Zieff

Dave Alexander Debbie S. Cokes William B. Fellicelli Doylene Garvey Robert Y. Justis Terry Rhoades

Mountain View Electric

Sangre de Cristo Electric

Mountain Parks Electric

Donna J. Andersen-Van Ness Errol Hertneky Joseph D. Martin Milton L. Mathis B. D. Paddock Barry R. Springer

Charles A. Abel Phillip R. DeLuca Howard E. Eggleston Donald L. Kaufman Suzanne Kelly Joseph Redetzke

Lawrence M. Brase Bradley W. Buck William J. Grasmick Randy Don Phillips Shad Sullivan William E Wright

United Power

Virginia A. Buczek Tim Erickson Robert S. Grant Beth Martin Brian Anthony McCormick Ursula J. Morgan Richard E. Newman Susan K. Petrocco Douglas R. Pryce David E Rose James E. Vigessa

White River Electric Gary H. Dunham Ronald K. Hilkey William H. Jordan Richard L. Parr Hal W. Pearce Richard R. Welle Stanford B. Wyatt

Y-W Electric

Chester Gebauer Max Olsen Roger Schenk Steve Schoenfeld Charles J. Soehner Stuart Travis Joneal Young

Yampa Valley Electric James Michael Brinks Quentin D. Brosious Larry B. Ellgen Thomas B. Fox George Russ Garrity Patrick F. McClelland Scott McGill Franklyn W. Roitsch Glynda S. Sheehan

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Holy Cross Energy Poudre Valley REA, Inc. San Isabel Electric Assn., Inc. United Power, Inc.

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BL Certificate Recipients Delta-Montrose Electric Anthony X. Prendergast

Morgan County REA

William C. Bauer Jerry E. Fetterman William H. Mollenkopf John Porter

David E. Arndt Randolph Dale Graff Casper Hergenreter Larry Hoozee William G. Midcap Timothy A. Peggram Brian D. Schlagel

Grand Valley Power

Mountain Parks Electric

Empire Electric

Dennis Joseph Haberkorn Rod A. Martinez Donald J. McClaskey S. James O’Connor Sylvia A. Spangler

Gunnison County Electric

Jeff S. Hauck Greg Norwick Carl Trick Richard A. Zieff

Mountain View Electric

Paul Hudgeons Christopher P. Morgan John P. Vader

Donna J. Andersen-VanNess Joseph D. Martin Milton L. Mathis B. D. Paddock Barry R. Springer

Highline Electric

Poudre Valley REA

Michael J. Bennett Michael A. Bournia Jim L. Lueck Merl W. Miller Merlin R. Prior

Holy Cross Energy David C. Munk

Intermountain REA Michael Kempe

K.C. Electric

Robert C. Bledsoe James D. Michael Luanna L. Naugle Terry Eugene Tagtmeyer Marvin L. Thaller

Roger F. Alexander Georglyn L. Diehl James F. Fender Rickey D. Johnson Jack R. Schneider Ronald G. Sutherland

San Isabel Electric Joseph V. Costa Edward R. Garcia Donald Gene Keairns Dennis A. Maroney Deborah R. Rose Jacque R. Sikes

San Luis Valley REC Carol Lee Dugan Richard Inman Michael D. Rierson Robert Y. Justis

100% Board Certification — Congratulations! White River Electric Assn., Inc.

Sangre de Cristo Electric Phillip R. DeLuca Howard E. Eggleston Donald L. Kaufman Suzanne Kelly

United Power

Virginia A. Buczek Tim Erickson Robert S. Grant Beth Martin Brian Anthony McCormick Ursula J. Morgan Richard E. Newman Susan K. Petrocco Douglas R. Pryce James E. Vigessa

White River Electric Gary H. Dunham Ronald K. Hilkey William H. Jordan Richard L. Parr Hal W. Pearce Richard R. Welle Stanford B. Wyatt

Y-W Electric

Chester Gebaurer Max Olsen Steve Schoenfeld Stuart Travis

Yampa Valley Electric Quentin D. Brosious Patrick F. McClelland Scott McGill Franklin W Roitsch

Director Gold Certificate Recipients Empire Electric William C. Bauer John Porter

Grand Valley Power

Dennis Joseph Haberkorn Rod A. Martinez S. James O’Connor

Gunnison County Electric

Paul Hudgeons Christopher P. Morgan

Highline Electric Michael J. Bennett Michael A. Bournia Merl W. Miller Merlin R. Prior

Holy Cross Energy David C. Munk

John Vader

John P. Vader

K.C. Electric

Robert C. Bledsoe

Morgan County REA Casper Hergenreter Larry Hoozee William C. Midcap Timothy A. Peggram Brian D. Schlagel

Mountain Parks Electric Carl Trick

Mountain View Electric Barry R. Springer

Poudre Valley REA Georglyn L. Diehl James F. Fender Rickey D. Johnson Ronald G. Sutherland

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San Isabel Electric

Donald Gene Keairns Dennis A. Maroney Deborah R. Rose

San Luis Valley REC Richard Inman

Sangre de Cristo Electric

Phillip R. DeLuca Howard E. Eggleston Donald L. Kaufman Suzanne Kelly

United Power

Virginia A. Buczek Tim Erickson Robert S. Grant Beth Martinez Brian Anthony McCormick Ursula J. Morgan Richard E. Newman Susan K. Petrocco Douglas R. Pryce James E. Vigessa

White River Electric Gary H. Dunham Ronald K. Hilkey Hal W. Pearce

Y-W Electric Stuart Travis

Yampa Valley Electric Patrick F. McClelland Scott McGill Franklyn W. Roitsch

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