Wyoming PSC chairwoman stepping down 4 years before term end
CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) — The chairwoman of the Wyoming Public Service Commission is resigning four years before her term is scheduled to end to take another job.
Gov. Mark Gordon announced Wednesday that Kara Fornstrom has submitted her resignation effective Jan. 15.
The commission regulates public utilities in Wyoming including gas and electrical service to homes and businesses. Fornstrom has served on the commission since 2013 and has been chairwoman for two years.
Fornstrom’s term was scheduled to end in 2025.
Gordon in a statement praised her “dedication to Wyoming and her diligence and commitment to the ratepayers of the state.”