Linda Grinde, Board member, Polk County Low-Income Sector was recognized at the Tri-Valley Board meeting on Tuesday, August 9. Linda resigned her position on the Tri-Valley Board of Directors after 36 years. Thank you for your years of service and dedication Linda!
Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. has received an Otto Bremer Trust Grant of more than $128,000 for the Agassiz Townhome project and a two year housing pilot project. Agassiz Townhomes will serve Crookston’s lower income workforce, addressing a need of many employers and allowing more workers to live in the community. The Otto Bremer Trust Grant
The Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. Board of Directors announced today the company’s two-year Chief Executive Officer Succession Plan has gone more smoothly than anticipated. The Board concluded that there is no need to wait until the end of September and will move forward with the succession plan in February 2014. Tri-Valley Operations Officer Jason Carlson
(Crookston, Minn.)- The Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. Board of Directors announced today the company will initiate a two year Chief Executive Officer Succession Plan commencing on October 1, 2012, and culminating with the smooth transition of Jason Carlson, Operations Officer, replacing Dennis P. DeMers effective October 1, 2014. Over the past two years the Board
CEO, Dennis P. DeMers honored for 40 years of service with Tri-Valley Opportunity Council. Inc. This milestone was celebrated with an open house at Tri-Valley’s administrative office in Crookston, followed by a social hour at the Eagles. Related Articles: March 22, 2012 Crookston Times: DeMers to be honored on his day March 26, 2012
After 27 years of continuous service to the Tri-Valley Board of Directors, Mr. Herb Mauritson has resigned and his resignation was regretfully accepted by the Board at its regularly scheduled meeting of September 10, 2009. Herb Mauriston is a lifelong resident of Shelly, MN which is located in Norman County. He was elected to the