- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 4, 2015

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The Omaha Public Power District has named four finalists to lead the utility after reopening its search, and the public will have a chance to meet them next week.

The utility was criticized earlier this year for conducting its initial CEO search mostly in secret and refusing to release the finalists’ names.

The board decided last month to reopen the search even though it was nearly ready to choose OPPD Vice President Tim Burke to replace retiring CEO Gary Gates.

Burke is one of the four finalists in the new search.

The others are OPPD Vice President Mohamad Doghman; Gregory Starheim, president and CEO of Kentucky utility Kenergy Corp.; and Stephen Mormann, former vice president of nuclear power operator CENG.

Details about the finalists are available online at www.OPPDListens.com .

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