La Plata Electric Association is seeking current or former members due to receive refunds.
The co-op will publish the names of individuals and businesses with unclaimed capital credit money, known as patronage capital, in The Pine River Times on Friday, The Durango Herald on Saturday and The Pagosa Springs Sun on Feb. 15.
Unclaimed capital credit money exists because capital credit checks have not been cashed. The LPEA Board of Directors annually determines the amount of patronage capital retired. Most retired capital is typically refunded to members in the November-December billing cycle through billing credits.
Checks are issued to those due to receive $100 or more.
To claim funds, call 247-5786. Identification will be required.